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  1. For Sale: Re: Collection Sale Red Eyed and Clown Tree Frogs

    All frogs have been sold. Thanks all for the interest.
  2. For Sale: Re: Collection Sale Red Eyed and Clown Tree Frogs

    Thanks for the vote of confidence, Lynn! The red eyes are currently in very good handsfrogsmile




    Pleased to hear it, Ben. Your setup looks great. I hope they will get their chance to breed.
  3. For Sale: Re: Collection Sale Red Eyed and Clown Tree Frogs

    Clowns are still available. Weather is warming up, so shipping would be a viable option.
  4. For Sale: Re: Collection Sale Red Eyed and Clown Tree Frogs

    Red eyes have been sold. Clowns are still available.

    http://i1244.photobucket.com/albums/gg566/bmtsui/IMG_5600.jpg


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  5. For Sale: Collection Sale Red Eyed and Clown Tree Frogs

    Due to recent changes in life, I've decided to take a hiatus from the hobby and offer up my collection for sale.

    The frogs in question are 3 (2 male, 1 female) red eyed leaf frogs/agalychnis...
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    Wanted/Trade: Re: Blue-sided tree Frog (Agalychnis annae)

    He posts this number freely on dendroboard for trading other items so I'm guessing it's fine if you text him. Just don't harass him with several calls a day:p
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    Wanted/Trade: Re: Blue-sided tree Frog (Agalychnis annae)

    As of last year, a guy named Seth K. was selling froglets. I don't know (doubt) if he's still working with them, but you can try texting him about it at 636-295-2157.
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    Wanted/Trade: Re: Blue-sided tree Frog (Agalychnis annae)

    I would recommend against keeping different species together, regardless of how closely related they are. Even related species can have vastly different behaviors and requirements. Secondly, not...
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    Re: Red eyed tree frog sick??? HELP!!

    Before you worry about lights and heat, you should have a reliable thermometer and hygrometer to monitor temperature and humidity at all times. Red eyes like daytime temps in the mid to upper 70s...
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    Re: Red eyed tree frog sick??? HELP!!

    That would work, although I like to put food in there every night, just so it's there, in case a frog misses a feeding. Red eyes are not prone to overeating so no worries there. The crickets should...
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    Re: Red eyed tree frog sick??? HELP!!

    See posts #10 through 14 of this thread.
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    Re: Red eyed tree frog sick??? HELP!!

    I'm glad you're getting a new frog. But I'm also a little saddened about the sick one - my fingers are crossed for her but I'm not optimistic that the breeder would be able to do anything that your...
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    Re: mini , mini, mini mushroom

    Nice! Welcome to the fungus party, Lynn.
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    Re: Flies - the good, bad and ugly

    Thanks, Dee. I don't either, that's the problem.;)
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    Re: Flies - the good, bad and ugly

    Tell me about it. So far I've had to explain crickets, worms, fruit flies, bags of "dirt", leaf litter, rocks, bark and driftwood aka trash underneath my bed, and loud squawking at night. A fly...
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    Flies - the good, bad and ugly

    So I finally found a reliable source for houseflies. I got a bunch of pupae in 2 sizes, fly food and containers, and hatched them out. I was told to stick the flies in the fridge for 15 minutes...
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    Re: The goliath frog

    Do you have a picture of it? Is it possible you got another species that has been misadvertised? I'm asking because goliaths are endangered and the only place where they live, Cameroon, restricts...
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    Re: RETF vivarium needs plant ideas!

    Lisa, the advice Bill and others have given you is spot on. I would just like to add that, when you go plant shopping, resist the understandable temptation to be overly adventurous and purchase more...
  19. Re: 20 Gallon Long Vert Hourglass Tree Frog Tank

    The lemon button fern?
  20. Re: 20 Gallon Long Vert Hourglass Tree Frog Tank

    Yes that is the common name. The pattern on their backs have a tendency to resemble an hourglass shape. I don't have a good picture because mine tends to be shy. But do a google image search and...
  21. Re: 20 Gallon Long Vert Hourglass Tree Frog Tank

    Not sure which one you're referring to - in the first pic? I had mostly small bromeliads (neoregelias) growing out of that cork against the wall. The paddle-shaped leaves in the middle belong to a...
  22. 20 Gallon Long Vert Hourglass Tree Frog Tank

    This is my hourglass tree frog (dendropsophus ebraccatus) enclosure. It's a 20 gallon long vertical conversion so the dimensions are 12 x 12 x 30. There's only one frog in there at the moment; I'm...
  23. Re: HELP!!!!!!!!!!!! RED EYE REALLY ILLL!!!!!!!!!!! or something...

    Territorial behavior in red eyed tree frogs generally occurs during mating season or in times of resource (space, water) shortage, and even then it usually stops short of physical confrontation. ...
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    Re: Pic of my Vivarium

    Very nice work. What are you going to put in there?
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    Re: Surprise guests

    Agreed.
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