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    Re: Gray tree frog question

    You're quite welcome Np.
    It's good to receive a variety of approaches to any problem that has no absolutely singular resolution.
    When you receive the benefits of several people's experience you can...
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    Re: Gray tree frog question

    I'm not engaging with you, I'm addressing the original poster's questions. You should try that too.
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    Sticky: Re: Prepare a Medicine Cabinet and Supplies

    Very good info.
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    Sticky: Re: Frog First Aid Medications - Being Prepared

    Excellent.
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    Sticky: Re: The Merck Manuals: Amphibians

    Essential.
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    Re: Gray tree frog question

    Happy to help Np.
    The fogger isn't really necessary. You want humidity as if they were out in the woods in the summer, a summer when it rains each day a little but not like a rainforest. The reason...
  7. Sticky: Re: Gray Treefrog / Hyla versicolor and H chrysoscelis caresheet

    For those interested in assisting their local Gray Tree Frog population to increase, I can help with that. PM me for details. The reason I prefer to explain how I have increased my local population...
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    That's between me and the PA Fish and Boat Commission.

    What exactly are you referring to that "could really get SOMEONE in trouble"? Do you mean to accuse me of keeping the hundreds of Gray Tree...
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    Re: Gray tree frog question

    The reason you don't want to encourage captive Gray Tree Frog brumation is that an estimated 50% of the populations of species that do pass the winter months in that condition in the wild don't...
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    Re: Gray tree frog question

    Your assumption about him trying to cycle through the winter is correct. At your latitude he's going to start moving into his winter cycle right when you said you started noticing his changes. The...
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    This year I had to deal with helgramites feasting on the tadpoles so I scooped the ones I could catch out of the pool cover pond and gave them to some friends who are serious anglers. The dragonfly...
  12. Sticky: Re: Gray Treefrog / Hyla versicolor and H chrysoscelis caresheet

    For those interested in assisting their local Gray Tree Frog population to increase, I can help with that. PM me for details. Here are some photos of the main, largest group of froglets from my...
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    Re: Separating flightless fruit flies from dust?

    You're quite welcome Elsie. I have a few photo albums here, some of which are of variations of my Tree Frog habitats that may give you some fun ideas. Just click on the link on this message below my...
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    Re: Separating flightless fruit flies from dust?

    My opinion on substrates in general is that they're too hazardous to make them worthwhile. I tried a few before determining that they're not necessary, but I have Gray Tree Frogs which makes...
  15. Re: New Frog Owner-White's Tree Frog not eating and skinny

    What I did to assure my smaller frogs got a good start was to house them in a smaller tank, 10 gal or smaller, and feed them flightless fruit flies. I put the fruit fly container uncapped right...
  16. Thread: New frog Mom here!

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    Re: New frog Mom here!

    Congratulations on your serendipitous adoption.
    If it's been a month and a half and he's hunting at night you're doing a fine job providing for him.
    Looks like you've given him some good climbing...
  17. Re: Toad has weird webby-skin on leg, acting sluggish!

    Hi muffetbane, the symptoms you describe sound like it may be Metabolic Bone Disease or MBD. Here's a link to a PDF of an article you should read asap and consider examination by a veterinarian for...
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    Re: American Toad weird symptoms. New owner, need help

    Nope. You simply had to troll the thread with your opinion. Your opinion is as valid or invalid as anyone elses opinion but it's merely that. Your opinion. Your way of inserting it into a thread was...
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    Re: American Toad weird symptoms. New owner, need help

    :rolleyes: Here's your very first comment on this thread, and it's 100% troll:

    "I'm not trying to sound negative but frogs and toads do not have the same emotions as what people do. They do not...
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    Re: American Toad weird symptoms. New owner, need help

    You just can't stop your trolling. SMH deadhorse
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    Re: Help, badly broken leg on frog! (with pictures)

    Here's the type of filter I use. Your frog won't get sucked into it. Look over the website and you'll get all the info you need about them to make an informed decision about them....
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    Re: American Toad weird symptoms. New owner, need help

    You're still doing it.
    You start the trolling and then act like you just want the person you troll to stop, just to "be done and move along".
    You interject by trying to tear down what someone else...
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    Re: American Toad weird symptoms. New owner, need help

    You said: "If you have a disagreement with me pm me I don't want to continue to get further away from the OP original post."

    Then stop trolling my posts.

    My information and advice to apr0705...
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    Re: American Toad weird symptoms. New owner, need help

    I live with them 24/7. You can't get a better opportunity to observe them and collect data no matter how much you travel around the state.
    And an enclosure no matter how large will not be in any...
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    Re: Help, badly broken leg on frog! (with pictures)

    This is the person to whose thread I was referring who amputated simply and with excellent results. Something to consider.
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