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Dee
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# Posted: 2 Feb 2009 03:41


is it difficult to breed whites tree frogs
I have only had them 3 yrs. I started w/ 1 then 7 now about 2000
once they start. good luck stoping them.


10 whites tree frogs
2 geckos
1 tortouse
4 Pheasants
1 duck
4 dogs
4 cats
1 salt tank
3 milk frogs
t9dragon
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# Posted: 26 Feb 2009 18:12


Can someone help me.

My wife bought several tadpoles so our kids could watch them morph into frogs everything has been going gret till this morning. Before I left for work I checked them and 2 of them are floating on their backs. These 2 have gone thru the morphing process and had all their legs with just a stump of a tail left. What would cause this or is this normal?

moothefrog
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# Posted: 26 Feb 2009 18:16


Are they in water? also, please ask this in a new thread.


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t9dragon
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# Posted: 26 Feb 2009 18:29


Yes they are in water.

Isn't this the White's Tree Frog question thread?

t9dragon
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# Posted: 26 Feb 2009 18:31


They are in a terrarium with a dish that has water and a high area for them to climb onto.

el coo cooi
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# Posted: 27 Feb 2009 02:52 · Edited by: el coo cooi


My girlfriend and I have 3 WTFs and we noticed that our smallest one has got what appears to be some sort of growth on its back legs. They basically look like giant whiteheads. One appears to have popped and healed over. we keep them an enviroment normally a little wetter then suggested but they seem to like it, and we've never had any problems until now. It def doesn't seem to be redleg. Any thoughts?





el coo cooi
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# Posted: 27 Feb 2009 03:11


Here's a picture of our setup. There's a filtered water fall that cycles shallow water that rests in the bottom. The "tree stumps" rise high out of the water to provide a dry place. Though not in the picture b/c we were cleaning the tank, there is a plant that rests on on top of the waterfall.



Yolanda Cistaro
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# Posted: 13 Mar 2009 02:55


Hi I'm new to this post and very a new owner of two white tree frogs that I recently bought at the Reptile Show in Tampa, Florida. When I bought these little guys I bought them from a girl who was helping out the owners of this particular stand and gave me wrong information about the care for WTF. I had purchased two and they are about 3 years old. Where she stirred me wrong was she told us we could keep both of them in a 10 gallon tank and also told us that they would eat pinky mice if we dangle them over their eyes.
As I am researching I have found out that I was given incorrect information.
I now realize that I have to put them in a much larger habitat.
I have a 65 gallon long tank that I bought for a breaded dragon when I used to own one. Can someone tell me if this size tank would be sufficient to house 3 WTFs. The height of the tank is 15". It's the height that concerns me more than anything.

What I thought was going to me a inexpensive little pet can now turned out to be very expensive if I need to buy a terrarium.

Also due to the fact the this tank was especially made for reptiles and was not made to hold water will I still be able to use it seeing that I will be using moisten moss at the bottom.

Thanks I appreciate all your help in answering my questions.
Yolanda

MissMeshow
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# Posted: 13 Mar 2009 04:16 · Edited by: MissMeshow


The volume sounds good for 3 WTFs. But the height is not so good because they are arborial. Most will say that you need a taller tank, but you might see a couple people around here that have something like yours, and it works alright for them. Have you considered selling that tank, and buying one that is taller? You can get by with a smaller tank for that many frogs. The general rule is 20G for 1 and 10G for each additional. Don't forget to check on craigslist. Many of people on here have had a lot of success on there!

Again, welcome and good luck!


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Topgun
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# Posted: 1 May 2009 06:47


Hi, I was just wondering...I've had a pair of whites tree frogs in an exo-terra tank for nearly a year. I've noticed a type of white fuzzy mould/moss growing on both the soil and bottom of one of the branches I have in the tank (just a small area around the bottom of the branch). Unfortunately, I have no pictures and I understand that will most likely limit the insight you are able to provide, I was just wondering should I be at all worried? and how may I get rid of it?

Sh0e
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# Posted: 1 May 2009 06:49


topgun, it's better to just creat a new post.

that fuzzy white stuff is harmless. just mixk it back into the soil. you'll get it now and then.


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