Great advice, friendly people, and lots of frogs!
I do it all in shifts based on what they are fed. One shift are the small amphibians that eat fruit flies, another are the critters that eat crcikets, and finally the snakes.
I have the western green toad pic in my book, Its a pretty toad, looks like some ones painted little flowers all over it. Sounds like an angry bee..cool, I will have to look up the rest. So how do you look after all your frogs?
A Humbug lolly is a sweet that we get here in NZ, Its a boiled lolly that has the same colouring as your Frog. Oh! you might say candy not lolly. Oh and its about the same size as the lolly too then. The Frog, that is. LOL
"How big is it? " Thats rather a personal question. LOL Seriously, the clown treefrog is about an inch long S-V.
Thanks for the wonderful comments. The red-bandeds are one of my favorites and I have four of them. Well I plan on getting some red-bellied newts, Taricha rivularis soon. Hoping to get my hands on some more Colorado River toads, West African rubber forgs, and western green toads. Also .looking for some more red-spotted toads and red-spotted treefrogs.
Still to photograph are the tomato frogs, blue poison dart frog, and red-eyed leaf froglets.
Whats a "Hum Bug lolly"?
Love your Clown frog. Reminds me of a Hum Bug lolly, How big is it? Oh and your red-banded rubber frog looks far better than the pic you used in your intro as its markings are way better. (A tail) Whats next on your collection list?
That would be nice.
Well don't thank me too much - I would like to turn a profit from the site - here's hoping.
Thats what I figured Oh well. I will still do the job. Well I do apprieciate your efforts and the sacrifices you have made for this site. I really do.
Actually it's $44.
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