Xenopus Frogs, Adult, Living
A stout-bodied aquatic frog measuring up to 5" in length at maturity. Excellent for studies in embryology, genetics, physiology, anatomy, morphology, and the amphibian life cycle. Female can be induced to release eggs every 2 to 3 months throughout the year, and the male can be bred every 7 days. Frogs will engage in amplexus in the laboratory. Xenopus develops from egg to a small frog in less than 2-1/2 months and may live up to 10 years in captivity.