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  1. Re: Grey Tree Frog tadpoles (I hope!) and some questions

    Your P-Nut reminds me of my Squidge! She's sort of funny looking, and we finally figured out it was due to metabolic bone disease (despite always being well supplemented and getting UVB - go figure)....
  2. Re: Grey Tree Frog tadpoles (I hope!) and some questions

    KP, I would love to see some pictures of your disabled frogs!

    P.S. I do love the use of "sticky little gremlins". I might have to start using that. I refer to mine as my sticky and/or greasy...
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    Re: Please help Noob rescued babies

    Sorry for not finding this sooner, but I think I can help solve the mystery of why some of your tadpoles died. I had a similar thing happen, and it turned out to be pH shock. When they were in the...
  4. Re: Grey Tree Frog tadpoles (I hope!) and some questions

    It's too bad I didn't find this thread sooner! When I raised up my baby treefrogs I made a lot of notes. It's so great to see more people falling in love with these guys - they are such characters...
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    Re: Frantic White's Tree Frog at Night

    She also might just need a bigger tank - I can't tell how large yours is, but if you're planning on putting her in with a friend, you'd want a tank that at least 18 x 18 x 24 inches. It could be that...
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    Re: Help! WTF with bacterial infection?

    Sorry to not be more help than this, but I've heard of White's treefrogs getting tapeworms under their skin and causing lesions like those. Maybe see if that matches his symptoms? (Example:...
  7. Thread: Help!

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    Re: Help!

    Don't worry too much, it sounds like you're doing everything right by bringing them to the vet and frogs will always have their little moods and hunger strikes. Just make sure his humidity is where...
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    Re: Odd white patches on Grey Tree Frog

    Hi there Hyla Sapiens!

    For what it's worth, one of my greys had a really similar issue a while back, except her spot was dark, not light (see here:...
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    Re: Tree Frogs of Charlotte NC

    Yeah I tried to make really detailed notes to help out anyone else looking to raise these guys!

    I'm too far north for Cope's, so all mine are Easterns. It's funny to me how popular (and hard to...
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    Re: Tree Frogs of Charlotte NC

    I'm not sure - up where I am the greys are usually much earlier than August (mine morphed out in July) - but I do have a record of raising my own Grey Tree Frogs for you to refer to:...
  11. What is this discoloration on my Grey Tree Frog?

    On Friday, I noticed this strange spot on my Grey Treefrog, Squidge. At first I thought she may have burned herself on a light that had settled onto the tank lid and that it was scarring - so I...
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    Re: Pacific Chorus Frog Compatibility

    Hi Nathan,

    Your new frog will probably try to eat your current frog, but whether or not she's actually able depends on the size difference. My tree frogs will make lunges at each other, my hands,...
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    Re: Small stripe spots on ATF

    I'm not sure what ATF stands for - American Tree Frog? He kinda looks like a Grey Tree Frog to me, and the stripes are a bit unusual but they look totally natural. Tree frogs do change color...
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    Re: Injured Frog...not sure what to do...

    Looks like a bacterial infection to me. Here's a thread with similar symptoms/advice: http://www.repticzone.com/forums/TreeFrogs/messages/2133591.html
  15. Re: My Grey Tree Frog keeps doing this weird thing with her legs

    Haha, I was in the same boat myself. Like I kept looking at her (and sometimes prodding her) and despite the fact that it looks really weird when she does it, it doesn't seem to bother her any.

    I...
  16. Re: My Grey Tree Frog keeps doing this weird thing with her legs

    Just remembered that I had asked about this. I guess the frog forum didn't have any ideas?
  17. Re: no matter where i post no one knows what my toad is nor how to care

    I'm a little late to the party, but I just wanted to tell you that your toad looks like a Colorado River Toad to me.
  18. My Grey Tree Frog keeps doing this weird thing with her legs

    This is Squidge, she is fond of wedging herself in the corners of her vivarium (thus the name) but when she does, sometimes her back legs flip outwards really strangely. I think it's just a quirk but...
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    Give Away: Re: Captive-Raised Grey Tree Frogs!

    Hi! I just gave three of these guys to the other poster in this thread last week, so now I'm down to three babies. I'm planning on keeping two of them, so at this point I think just one is available.
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    Give Away: Re: Captive-Raised Grey Tree Frogs!

    Everyone is tested and free of parasites per Dr Frye!
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    Give Away: Re: Captive-Raised Grey Tree Frogs!

    I'm located in MA, so we might be practically neighbors!
    How long did you have yours for? I've had my adult for 2 years now but the data on how long they actually live is really fuzzy.
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    Give Away: Captive-Raised Grey Tree Frogs!

    Right now I have five captive-raised grey tree froglets, and one wild-caught one (which I started caring for due to an injury). I only want one or two to put in my vivarium with my adult frog,...
  23. FYI: I guess Dr Frye can't help us any more?

    Hey frog forum people! The other day I found a grey tree frog with a nasty leg injury, so I contacted Dr Frye with pictures asking for advice. The person that answered my email said they couldn't...
  24. Re: What is killing my grey tree frog tadpoles?

    No, even here on the East Coast I generally only ever see green tree frogs (Hyla cinerea) and dumpy white's tree frogs. It's funny that you have a lot of greys available, though. I guess pets...
  25. Re: What is killing my grey tree frog tadpoles?

    FYI: I solved the problem, it ended up being a pH issue, see link: http://imgur.com/gallery/prDZi

    I figure if anyone else is googling "tadpoles dying" in a panic several years from now, they...
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