Name: Breviceps adspersus, or the common rain frog is a species of frog in the family Brevicipitidae. It is found in Southern Africa, in Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Eswatini, and Mozambique
Recommended Housing: Rain frogs don't need a lot of height in their enclosure. A 18x18x12 or a traditional 10 gallon is sufficient for up to 5 frogs. These frogs require soft, and easily crushable Japanese black soil, aka aquarium black soil. Simply provide at last 2 inches deep of substrate and spay half the surface area with water and leave the other half dry.
Temperature: 75-85 F
Size: About 0.5"-3"
Adults reach size of 1.5"-3.5". Females are significantly larger
Age: With proper care, they can live up to and over 10 years.
Feeding: Live insects, they prefer smaller live insects such as crickets and roaches.
Sexing: Female are significantly larger than males
Social Behavior: These frogs are communal, and can be housed together with little to no risk or cannibalism.