saphbettas Posted May 13, 2022 Share Posted May 13, 2022 (edited) Below is an image of one of my sister's African Dwarf Frogs, Herb, sticking himself to the filter intake and remaining out of the water. She told me that he seems to keep trying to exit the water, and although she's removed him and placed him back in the water to keep him from drying up, he continues to come out of it. This is a sudden issue, and none of her other tank members are behaving strangely. My research points to the chytrid fungal infection, but I wanted to ask here and make sure as well as get some advice on possible treatment. Graham is her other African Dwarf Frog in the tank, but he appears to have no coloration issues or other symptoms. Herb and Graham were purchased together from the pet store in late March. I'll include photos below of Herb and Graham for comparison. I don't have access to my sister's aquarium at the moment, but I'll be returning home tomorrow to test her water. As of the last test on May 6th, the parameters were as follows, Ammonia: 0.25ppm Nitrites: 0ppm Nitrates: 10ppm Temperature: 78 degrees Fahrenheit Any identification, help, and advice on how to treat my sister's frog(s) would be extremely appreciated, thank you 💙 Edited May 13, 2022 by saphbettas Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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