This site is designed to provide information about housing, rearing, and caring for Xenopus laevis and, to a lesser extent, Xenopus tropicalis frogs.
Xenopus laevis (African Clawed frogs) are simple to maintain on a small scale, and there are a variety of systems that work well at this level. However, requirements are more complex for large institutional colonies that wish to produce eggs for biochemical experiments.
We have thirty years experience with large colonies, and have made the information here available primarily for people who are looking for information on maintaining large colonies.
This is by no means a comprehensive site. If you have questions that are not answered here we suggest consulting the following resources: