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This is a discussion on Blue eyed Whites within the Tree Frogs forums, part of the Frogs & Toads category; I was looking around and someone mentioned housing blue eyed whites on the Internet is this a real thing?...

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    I was looking around and someone mentioned housing blue eyed whites on the Internet is this a real thing?
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    I haven't heard about a blue eyed White's. However, there are blue phased White's. Perhaps this is what you ran in to?

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    Martin is likely correct.
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    I saw that too. the pic of the frog they used was bad and you cant really see the blue. It was more on the white side.
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    What are blue phases? Is it temporary like a Literal phase? And are their albino whites?
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    What are blue phases?
    Let me google that for you

    And are their albino whites?
    As far as I know (and what google kindly told me), all animals can suffer from albinism.
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    KISA has a blue eyed Whites Tree frog.
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    KISA has a blue eyed Whites Tree frog.
    So you're saying that they are something called "blue eyed White's tree frog"?

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    There's a guy in San Diego who breeds them. I think his name is Felipe or something like that. Kisa use to have two but lost one a few months back...but she still has one left. She has pictures of them in her photo album although it is hard to see the blue eyes in her pictures, but you can get the idea.
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