View Poll Results: Of those that keep Litoria caerulea, White's treefrog, which of the following best describes you?

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  • I love White's and have no intention of ever getting any other kind of frog.

    1 6.67%
  • I only keep White's right now, but want other kinds of frogs as well.

    7 46.67%
  • I keep White's as well as other frogs.

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    Kurt
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    Default White's treefrog owners

    This is a poll for those who keep Litoria caerulea, White's or as they call them in Australia green treefrogs.

    Of those that keep White's treefogs, Litoria caerulea which of the following answers most describes you?

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    Kurt
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    Don't to forget to vote.

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    DisguisedMadness
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    I'm voting the second option. I have whites, but I would love to get other kinds.

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    En333
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    I'm goin towards the second. I only have Kirby, but from my past experiences with frog catching while camping and all sorts of others, I wouldn't mind getting a red eyed, a pacman, or any others, including those little temporary Tupperware and little pond frogs haha. I also want to get Kirby a brother....

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    Sticking to my whites for now, not sure if I want any others even though I love them all!

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    lilcritters
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    I have 1 White's tree frog as of now bu I'm keeping other species and will add more soon

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    Danny Darko
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    #3 I have three wtf's nd also keep Amazon milk frogs, an albino pac-man, a green pac-man, a green apple pac-man and a fantasy frog...and that's just the frogs

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    Christian Debono
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    jesskelly
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    a whiloe ago i would of gone the first option... but now i am starting to think siriously about the red eyed;s they look good. but not too sure as have always had GTF's

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    Stardust369
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    I have one White's about 6 months old. Can I get a red-eye treefrog and keep them in the same terrarium or will they fight?

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    zorabrat27
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    i just got a white and im in love only been three days and im day dreaming about all the tank set ups id like to do dont think ill get more frogs till i get a house and can have a room just for the frogs

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    Kara Bellamy
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    Love whites but also have what we hope / think is a chorus frog to. there still young so

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    La China
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    I keep White's as well as other frogs.

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    fr0g9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stardust369 View Post
    I have one White's about 6 months old. Can I get a red-eye treefrog and keep them in the same terrarium or will they fight?
    No. White's can get big enough to eat a full-grown red-eyed. There are a plethora of other problems that can arise from this mix as well, White's are very durable frogs and there are some species that will do OK with them, but as a general rule it just isn't work the risk. Keep your frogs separated by species, they will be happier/healthier that way!

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    nwarcc
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    Whites but after we get a little more educated would love to go bigger and to more advanced frogs.

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    Kara Bellamy
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    I have whites and american green

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    elura
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    i have a whites tree frog, and will continue other frogs, but i am pretty sure that my whites is a "gateway frog" i just want so many of them!

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    how can you tell your frogs gender??

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    Would love me to keep Giant Tree frog but we need a license to keep them. Hopefully next year.

    Currently starting out in frogs with southern brown tree frogs and spotted grass frogs we don't a license for these.

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    canadian frog
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    #3, started out with two big eyed tree frogs, just picked up another yesterday and a whites and two fire bellies, never thought I would like them so much super fascinated by them, as of right now I'm no longer buying any more pets, have to keep these ones under control, but they are a lot of fun.

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