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    Default New guy, questions on froglet containers:

    Hi all! Really wanting to get into several tree frog species (and also Theloderma etc), but wondered, in general how many grow-outs do you all use per species? Dimensions of grow outs? How to set up a grow-out properly (substrate, drainage, etc)? (While I'm @ it) Any specific species better to get than others?
    I know this question is generic and all is species independant and all, but if I can get a general idea for planning purposes, that would be awesome! Any help appreciated! Thanks.

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    What species of Tree Frogs do you want to own?

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    Thought on Reeds, Glass, Clown, Milky, etc.

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    Default Re: New guy, questions on froglet containers:

    Ultimately it depends on the size of the froglets and how many. You need to have enough room for them to find the spots they like but not too much as they’ll have problems finding food. A vertical 5 or 10 gallon could house a few of the first three species. Add some moist paper towel and a little spagnum moss in the corners. Provide a wide shallow dish to soak in and provide some cork tubes for hiding.this setup should suffice. Remeber these are small even as adults so if they’re significantly small try a vertical 2 gallon.

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    Default Re: New guy, questions on froglet containers:

    Quote Originally Posted by DanDrobates View Post
    Ultimately it depends on the size of the froglets and how many. You need to have enough room for them to find the spots they like but not too much as they’ll have problems finding food. A vertical 5 or 10 gallon could house a few of the first three species. Add some moist paper towel and a little spagnum moss in the corners. Provide a wide shallow dish to soak in and provide some cork tubes for hiding.this setup should suffice. Remeber these are small even as adults so if they’re significantly small try a vertical 2 gallon.
    Thank u so much!

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