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    Re: Frog / Toad identification

    To me he definitely looks like a cane toad juvenile. I have several Australian herpetology field guides and he seems like a match to me. It also appears to be a toad from the family Bufonidae, which...
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    Re: New White's Tree Frog help!

    I believe you may be over-stressing about this issue. For juveniles it is recommended that you feed them everyday and adults every other day as you probably know. I have never raised juvenile WTFs so...
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    Re: Red leg disease

    My white's tree frog had red leg and sadly died of it. It can be caused by the bacteria Aeromonas hydrophila, which in my case the symptoms matched up. The bacteria eats through capillaries and small...
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    Re: Copes Tree Frogs?

    It's OK, I understand that it is like 5 times harder to take care of young frogs because feeding is often quite difficult! I hope they had decent lighting though! If you had rocks for the little guy...
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    Re: Copes Tree Frogs?

    Oh I never actually thought about them baking in the sun, good job for saving thembigapplause. Yes you can pick them up be careful of course because they're young, but when you pick them up its...
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    Re: Copes Tree Frogs?

    LOL, I've been to those pet stores that seem to know very little! Honestly I don't think you will be doing much wrong to them by releasing them into a pond. They seem to be behind schedule on their...
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    Re: Copes Tree Frogs?

    Hello again, I don't know where the season is at in Virginia, but in Manitoba is probably too late to release newly transformed metamorphs into the wild. GTF tadpoles in MB would have already...
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    Re: Copes Tree Frogs?

    Hi there I wouldn't disagree that they are Gray tree frog tadpoles. I had a little trouble identifying them because the tadpole colour is too dark in the video. As to my experience I have always...
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    Will Calcium Work???

    OK so those of you who read my last post, like Larry Wardog, you'd know that my WTF hasn't eaten anything for close to two weeks I think. So yes I have a UVB light and so far it hasn't helped that...
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    Re: American Toad Breeding Without Hibernating??

    Which state/province are you from and did you purchase them or did you catch them in your backyard? Just asking because you could be from warm or cold climate.
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    Re: Should I be worried about my new WTF

    To me it doesn't sound strange at all. White's tree frogs as far as I know are nocturnal so they sleep/hide during the day and are very active during night. Leave crickets out during the night and...
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    Re: White's Tree Frog Being Very Weird!

    Thanks very much, I think I better get a UVB bulb then! I will try your idea of isolating him into water with a UVB shining on him. If that's your terrarium setup on that care sheet guide then I...
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    Re: White's Tree Frog Being Very Weird!

    Thanks so much for responding!
    My local pet store told me that I don't need a UVB light source for White's tree frogs, as well as several online sources and a book source. However I have read that...
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    White's Tree Frog Being Very Weird!

    My favourite little buddy Beano decided one day that he didn't feel like eating, and ever since then I've had a difficult time getting him to eat food. In about two weeks he's eaten to crickets and...
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    Re: American Green TF and Barking TF sexting...?

    Typical signs of tree frogs that are males are calling (obviously), darkened throats (grey, green, yellow, etc.), loose throats, change in colour in the thighs or somewhere on its back legs. Males...
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    Re: Sexing and breeding white's tree frogs

    I'll try my best, I have never bred White's tree frogs. If you have a female chances are they don't have vocal sacs (dark or loose throats would be signs of male) and are noticeably larger. Provide a...
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    Re: Small stripe spots on ATF

    Just as EtTuBrute said, tree frogs often change colour but in my opinion that is not a grey tree frog. To me that looks like an american green tree frog (Hyla cinerea) AGTF (not ATF); the white...
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    Re: Need Proper Heating Source!

    Thanks Alyssa and otofrog for your help! Before reading this I actually purchased a 75 watt basking spot lamp for my frog and it doesn't appear to be to much at all. It will be very good for...
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    Need Proper Heating Source!

    If you own a White's tree frog or similar species please tell me what kind of bulb or heating source I need to keep my frog alive. It's getting closer to winter so its starting to drop down to...
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    Re: W.T.F Light Bulb Help...Again

    I am actually really scared because in winter my room can go down to 67 F so can someone please tell me what kind of light i need to boost up to 80 degrees F.
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    Re: Frog ingested one of my hairs

    Whenever people post WTF, it just throws me off. But yeah that sounds pretty bad, are you sure he isn't suffering from anything else! Does he have any other symptoms.
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    Re: W.T.F Light Bulb Help...Again

    I probably won't be a great help to you but I as well have a White's tree frog. I have a heat mat that sticks to the side of my terrarium so when my tree frog sleeps stuck to the side of the...
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    Re: Where to buy Pacific Chorus? + Care sheets

    In my experience I find that tree frogs are a great first frog to have, they don't mind being handled and enjoy being perched on your arm. A grey tree frog is probably the cheapest option just...
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    Re: New White's Tree Frog!

    Just need some tips, is it better to have an open terrarium with several hiding spots or a very dense environment like i have right now. What i mean by dense is very closed in with lots of moss and...
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    Re: New White's Tree Frog!

    Yeah thanks, my terrarium is actually quite suitable for both species but I'll stick to one for now. Smart name by the way (dendrobates) :)
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