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    Looking into getting an exo-terra 36x18x18, or 36x18x12 for a permanent enclosure. Would that size be good for a full grown adult, and what size should he be when i move him? Im pretty sure Treehouse is male due to my wife hearing him practice call. Probably still to young to accurately sex but I will include top and side pics. He has a pretty broad head. This guy is an eating machine, and will attack anything that moves.







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    Enclosure upgrade #1. Treehouse was quickly outgrowing his 12x12x12. I bought a 24x18x12 exoterra. I sealed 3/4 of the top with sized cardboard wrapped in a ziplock back with ducktape. Dude eats his fill every night. He attacks anything that moves. The only way im able to change his water is when he has a mouthfull of worms. Here are pics.






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    How much he's grown in a month!

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    He is an awsome dude. Way more active than the pacman frogs I used to keep. He is eating between 4 and 6 nightcrawlers daily. Ima pick up some more dubias tomorrow. He goes ballistic when he hunts down insects.

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    they are not accurate feeders though. and i've seen when they get huge and bulky, they are remarkably inaccurate feeders.

    NOM miss NOM miss NOM miss NOM miss NOM miss NOM eat

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    Quote Originally Posted by alane View Post
    they are not accurate feeders though. and i've seen when they get huge and bulky, they are remarkably inaccurate feeders.

    NOM miss NOM miss NOM miss NOM miss NOM miss NOM eat
    Nailed it! He just throws his mouth blindly until some ends up in it. Not accurate at all.

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    In contrast...my fire belly toads, when they are hungry... well, I have seen them catch a cricket before it even hits the floor. right out of the air.

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    Nice. These guys grow crazy fast. Be sure to get a colony of bugs going soon
    1.0 Phyllomedusa bicolor
    0.0.2 Phyllomedusa sauvagii
    0.1 Hyperolius pusillus
    1.2 Litoria caerulea
    1.0.1 Ranitomeya variabilis "Highland"
    1.0.1 Ranitomeya imitator "Varadero"
    0.0.2 Phyllobates terribilis "Yellow"
    0.0.1 Dendrobates tinctorius "Azureus"
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    Quote Originally Posted by poison View Post
    Nice. These guys grow crazy fast. Be sure to get a colony of bugs going soon
    Thinking about making my own worm and dubia colonies. Not sure if that will fly with the wife though. The bugs I ordered came in today. 50 large dubias, and some horn worms. Night crawlers are about 2.25 for 18 at walmart here. Ill do another update pic tonight. Treehouse is about baseball size now around 4 inches SVL give or take. Kinda hard to get anything close to him to measure because he will try and eat it. He calls every night, and still has his juvenile colors.




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    Quote Originally Posted by danfrog View Post
    Thinking about making my own worm and dubia colonies. Not sure if that will fly with the wife though. The bugs I ordered came in today. 50 large dubias, and some horn worms. Night crawlers are about 2.25 for 18 at walmart here. Ill do another update pic tonight. Treehouse is about baseball size now around 4 inches SVL give or take. Kinda hard to get anything close to him to measure because he will try and eat it. He calls every night, and still has his juvenile colors.



    Sorry didnt mean to double post the pic. Here is the correct one.


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    Lmao. Sounds like mine Ima measure and weigh him today. I named mine Tyrone. If I had to guess he's about 5" if not more he also calls every night and tries to eat me. Definitely one of my favorite animals.
    1.0 Phyllomedusa bicolor
    0.0.2 Phyllomedusa sauvagii
    0.1 Hyperolius pusillus
    1.2 Litoria caerulea
    1.0.1 Ranitomeya variabilis "Highland"
    1.0.1 Ranitomeya imitator "Varadero"
    0.0.2 Phyllobates terribilis "Yellow"
    0.0.1 Dendrobates tinctorius "Azureus"
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    Todays pics after feeding when I was changing his water bowl. Best I can do lol.




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