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    Hi John and Kurt,

    Thanks for the welcome. Some pictures...








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    Very interesting looking species - thanks for posting them.
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    These are my absolute favorite Ranid. Thanks for sharing.

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    Are these guys in the pet trade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Highum View Post
    Are these guys in the pet trade?
    Below is Kurt's post, Sept 6th, 2009

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    Video of Hylarana erythraea communicating. These Paddy Frogs or Red Eared Frogs make sounds that are similar to chicks/birds chirping.

    YouTube - Green Paddy Frog Chirping Communicating

    Something my sister found which made me interested in these frogs is this Blue Paddy Frog. I hope it is carrying a genetic mutation.

    amphibiaweb.org Rana erythraea

    YouTube - Blue Paddy Frog

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    My car is that same turquoise colour.

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    Oh wow! very nice frogs. The blue is beautiful.

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    I want some now. What kind of habitat would you recommend for them? Because according to your photos I would do a primarily aquatic tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt View Post
    My car is that same turquoise colour.
    Hi Kurt, the shade of the blue color varies with light intensity and if it is under direct sunlight or under the shade. Your car must be a sight with it's turquoise color.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ebony View Post
    Oh wow! very nice frogs. The blue is beautiful.
    Thanks Ebony. The blue one as well as some others have gone missing for a number of days now. They are out in the open pond. I don't know if they moved, went hiding or have been eaten by a night Heron. There are still some adult green ones at the pond though and lots of small/young ones.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Highum View Post
    I want some now. What kind of habitat would you recommend for them? Because according to your photos I would do a primarily aquatic tank.
    Hi Tom, keeping them in a paludarium or riparium, i believe, would make them feel very at home.

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    You weren't keeping the blue one in captivity? That was a frog that screamed to be captive bred. You could've bred them and shipped them all over, the US, Canada, Europe, and so on. I think blue Hylarana erythraea would be quick popular. Oh, and if you didn't know this already, this frog is not a native to the Philippines. It's an introduced species there. So don't worry about taking them out of the wild, they don't belong there anyway. The belong back in Indochina.

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    what i would do
    1. get the blue
    2. get couple green
    3. sex all
    4. breed all
    5. sell all but one
    6. ship me a for free baby couse i gave you the list and you would probaly give it to kurt but i gave you the list! jk (but if you do i am a costumer)
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    The problem with your plan is that there is an international border to consider. You need permits and paperwork to ship live animals across these borders.

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