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    Thankyou so much for the information. They look just like your picture of the gray tree frog. I need to go to petco and get some crickets. Right now they are in an enclosed plastic container with grass, leaves and water. I sprinkled some fish food into the container.

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    They like live food. They need small crickets. You can feed the crickets fish food,and gut load them so the nutrients go into the frog once the eaten the crickets.

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    What more could I ask for,,,,,,thanks for an extreemly informative article.,..

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    Fantastic guide! I'm all geared up to breed my grey's this spring

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    Great article! Does anyone know of any breeders? I'm very interested in these guys.

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    Good info my female grey tree frog of almost 8 years of age named lichen is summaler to this she often licks my fingers. I just put a male in is it bad to have a male for a few days? I want to watch the behavior of the male. First of all he is very Loud so I put the tererium on my pourch. They started to mate and I haven't gone through the cooling sycle. Will they have Babies?

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    LOVE this site. Thank you so much.

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    i have 10 grey tree frog frog-lets and might keep a few, how many do you recommend keeping in a 30-40 gallon tank?

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    Very very helpful. I have a male and female along with a male Green tree. I am currently in set up because I recently bought the Green and needed to find the right care for each. My two grey though I raised since tads. The male is skinny and I need to figure how to make him right before he dies.

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    I have some tadpoles (soon-to-be froglets. 2 of them have all 4 legs.) in an aquarium right now that I caught out of the swimming pool. I have an 18" x 36" x 36" on order. How many do you think I could keep through to adulthood in the terrarium?

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    Update: I now have one that has resorbed its tail (little bugger did so overnight. I didn't know it happened that fast) and climbed out of the water, and 2 others who are climbing out but still have most of their tails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jubilee View Post
    Great article! Does anyone know of any breeders? I'm very interested in these guys.
    I am raising a bunch of gray tree frog tadpoles. Email me if you are interested,

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    Quote Originally Posted by PooOnShu View Post
    Update: I now have one that has resorbed its tail (little bugger did so overnight. I didn't know it happened that fast) and climbed out of the water, and 2 others who are climbing out but still have most of their tails.
    I couldn't believe how fast that happened too! One day I checked on my tadpole and he only had the back legs. The very next day he had two fully grown front legs!

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    Every so often I find myself looking for information on my 7 H.c. but always return to this Info Sheet. I am amazed by the amount of misinformation "out there" on the Internet and find comfort in your "right on" topic solutions to any problem I might have with my little grey friends (not just other little old ladies.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlotte Benedict View Post
    I am raising a bunch of gray tree frog tadpoles. Email me if you are interested,
    I have one gray tree frog and would like to get another as a friend for mine. He is in the terrarium with 3 other frogs. where are you located or how would I be able to get one? thanks.

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    I have a gray tree frog. I believe he is a male. I wanted to know if he should go through the cycling even if I don't plan on him breeding? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaymac620 View Post
    I couldn't believe how fast that happened too! One day I checked on my tadpole and he only had the back legs. The very next day he had two fully grown front legs!
    Now I don't feel so bad as mine did the same thing practically over night.

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    Very nice article!

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    LOVE this article. The "grays" have definitely pulled at my heart strings. They have the cutest faces and the most awesome patterns. I can't wait until my froglets get full grown!

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