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    Default white's tree frog (Litoria caerulea) tadpole duration?

    Hello, would anyone be able to tell me how long it takes for white's green tree frog tadpoles to start utilising land and eating insects rather that an algae etc? I am leaving on holidays when the tadpoles are about 2 weeks old, and will not be back until they are around 4-5 weeks old. Will the tadpoles still be fully aquatic of partially and require insects? cheers.

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    Default Re: white's tree frog (Litoria caerulea) tadpole duration?

    2 months at minimum.

    Once froglets start appearing offer fruit flies and pinhead crickets.

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