Find out genders
Before you get to the breeding process, the first thing that you need to do, is for you to go on and distinguish the breeds of your frogs. You need to know which frog is male and which frog is female. This is rather crucial for the breeding process.
It is normally very hard for untrained eyes to detect which frog is which, and for this reason, it is smarter to visit a vet and to ask them for help.
Place in enclosure
Now the next idea is to go on and place the male and the female frogs in a stable enclosure. This could be a above average sized aquarium, or anything along those lines.
You need not worry about the frogs going at each other, because if you provide them with decent amounts of food, they won’t resort to trying to eat each other.
At the same time, try putting in two male frogs along with four females, in order to get the best possible results from your attempted frog breeding session.
Place aquarium and monitor temperature
The next step is for you to put the aquarium away for about six weeks, in order for the breeding to take place. You need to maintain the temperature, and make sure it never drops too low. This is because low temperatures could result in the frogs dying.
Monitor and transfer eggs
The next step is to monitor the activities of the frogs, and to make sure some progress is being made.
You need to make sure the breeding is taking place, and once that does happen, keep an eye out for the females laying eggs.
Once you spot the eggs and confirm that they have been laid, transfer them to another aquarium, one which has about three inches of water. This will aid the eggs hatching.