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These frogs are suggested to be kept in a group of two or more due to their social nature. Despite being fully aquatic, the African dwarf frog still needs to be able to reach the surface to breathe. These amphibians are not great swimmers, so water currents should be kept low and deep tanks may pose a challenge to their ability to breathe. In the wild, the Congo forest floods yearly to a depth of 24 inches or more, so any depth less than that will be suitable. They also should be kept in an enclosure with a secure cover to prevent escape and plenty of hiding spaces as in the wild they tend to be prey to a variety of animals and open spaces cause skittish behavior. The frogs eat any smaller fish. The optimum water temperature is 75–82 °F. The pH of the water should be maintained between 6.5 and 7.5. These frogs cannot survive out of water for longer than 20 minutes in low humidity, as they dry out.
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The fish were great, exactly as described by Greg. I am completely satisfied. Little Africa Aquatics is what you expect. It was a great experience. I will order from LAA again. About LAA - Little Africa Aquatics
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Just picked up this quad 48hrs ago from Greg Miceli at Little Africa Aquatics in Louisville, KY. They are doing well. Peaceful so far. Still a bit small as the males can get 14"!The fish were great, exactly as described by Greg. I am completely satisfied. Little Africa Aquatics is what you expect. It was a great experience. I will order from LAA again. Hi there! I’m Greg Miceli II. The wonderful world of aquatics has always been my greatest passion.

Little Africa Aquatics had always been my dream.

I believe what sets LAA apart from the rest is our dedication and passion for the world of aquatics and our true concern for the welfare of its inhabitants.

Thanks for visiting our website, come back again soon!I received my first aquarium when I was 4 and so it began. I attended Eastern kentucky University for aquatic biology. While there in the early 90s I worked in pet stores and was introduced to african cichlids. Tanganyikans quickly captured everything I loved about fish. I was amazed with their personalities, breeding behaviors, and truly impressed how well they filled every niche in the lake. I started breeding every type I could get my hands on and it seemed like I had a real knack for it.The fish were great, exactly as described by Greg. I am completely satisfied. Little Africa Aquatics is what you expect. It was a great experience. I will order from LAA again. Introducing Palau: Slight repeat.... As some of you know, from forum posts last week, I picked up a new group of wild Altolamprologus calvus (Black Congo Calvus) from Greg at Little Africa Aquatics (LAA). Altolamps are one of my favorite cichlid species. They look totally cool and they have some of the most interesting behaviors of any cichlid. Easy to see why they are one of the most popular Tanganyikan species. I have been without Altolamps for a couple years and I am very excited to be back into them.LittleAfricaAquatics had always been my dream. I wanted to open a pet store that was unmatched with amazing displays done right. Although with the super pet stores of today i thought it to be a bad ideal. I started small in my basement during a recession in 07 and quickly built a huge client base both locally and online throughout the US. I believe what sets LAA apart from the rest is our dedication and passion for the world of aquatics and our true concern for the welfare of its inhabitants.