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Mh530
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 18:17


Just for the fun of it, I was wondering what are your favorite frogs? My favorite are: amazon milk frog, bird poop frog, mossy tree frog, tiger leg monkey frog, glass frog, reed frog, hachet faced frog, and several more!


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
fieldnstream
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 19:17


Corroboree frogs (Pseudophryne corroboree and pengilleyi) unfortunately it looks like they are on the road to extinction.
Anotheca spinosa is another amazing species.
As a side note I have kept many from your list: the amazon milks, bird-poops, mossies, tiger-legs (tomopterna not hypochondrialis) and a few species of reeds. All great choices, luckily they are relatively common so one day you should be able to check them all off of your list!


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Mh530
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 19:20


both of the frogs you listed REALLY cool! I also like the malayan horned frog and red-eyed tree frog.


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Sandy_Bear
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 20:10


Dwarf Pyxie Frogs! Pyxicephalus edulis

Josh
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 20:28


The various Ceratophrys species.


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Jawsofafrog
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 20:40


The various Ceratophrys species.
Same here!


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Mh530
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 22:10 · Edited by: Mh530


aha, no affense but those frogs aren't as cool as other frogs. do you keep any other frogs? I mean I really like pacman frogs, but, they seem so......Fat, lol!


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
d_virginiana
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 22:43


Pacmans are my favorite, cranwelli/ornata/surinam, you name it. I also like both giant and dwarf pixies and African clawed frogs.

Sandy_Bear
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# Posted: 7 Jul 2011 23:52


I mean I really like pacman frogs, but, they seem so......Fat, lol!
Angry Pacman Video
Watch the above video, you can't tell me that that didn't change your mind!

Brian Cadman
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 00:42


Love my pacman. He just woke up after 3 months...and he's hungry!

Also, a true classic, my White's. Endlessly entertaining. The female has the biggest attitude.

Charlie
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 01:10


My favorite frogs are the frogs that other people do the maintenance on.


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Mh530
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 12:30


Guess the pacman frog is cool, but still a little strange, lol. Charlie~ do you have any frogs though? oh and also , my pet store has a pacman for $40. is that a good price?


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Josh
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 14:04


my pet store has a pacman for $40. is that a good price?


That's only a good price on a Fantasy Frog, a normal C. cranwelli should be no more than $15-20 and an albino no more than $20-$30. You probably won't see any C. ornata in a pet shop, but it you do they generally sell $25-$$40.


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Mh530
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 15:41


ah......I was just wondering.


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Charlie
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 19:11


is that $40 with setup? if so, its a fair price.


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Mh530
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 19:53


no, no it's not with the setup.


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Jawsofafrog
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 20:10 · Edited by: Jawsofafrog


no, no it's not with the setup.
Ask what the frog is, an albino (which is a C. Cranwelli), Crawelli which can be either green or brown. An Ornate, which is not just green, but may have some red and yellow coloration. Or is it a Fantasy frog, which is a C. Cranwelli and C. Cornuta hybrid. I am curious.


1.0.0 Tanimbar Island Blue Tongue Skink T. scincoides chimaerea Silver Phase
0.1.0 Variable King snake Lampropeltis Thayeri Mexicana
0.0.1 Western Hognose snake Heterodon nasicus
2.0.0 Green tree frog Hyla
Mh530
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 20:49


it looked just like this


But it was a little bigger. maybe a little smaller than the size of your hand.


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Jawsofafrog
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 20:57


That appears to be a Cranwelli if I am not mistaken. I say that frog should be $25 at best.


1.0.0 Tanimbar Island Blue Tongue Skink T. scincoides chimaerea Silver Phase
0.1.0 Variable King snake Lampropeltis Thayeri Mexicana
0.0.1 Western Hognose snake Heterodon nasicus
2.0.0 Green tree frog Hyla
Mh530
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 21:23


geez......do you think the people realize what they have?


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
fiddler18
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# Posted: 8 Jul 2011 22:59


my fave frogs are wood frogs and cain toads


2 pittbulls
1 chiwawa
1 chug pup
27 hamsters
2 ducks
and more to come
Sandy_Bear
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 01:00


geez......do you think the people realize what they have?
They usually don't care, and most of the time it's not worth arguing with them about it.

Mh530
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 02:13


ah......I wish they did. cause you wouldn't have to worry about the cost of shipping!


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Red Eyed Treefrog Man
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 11:41


both of the frogs you listed REALLY cool! I also like the malayan horned frog and red-eyed tree frog.
Aaaawww, thank you Megan I like you too .

I love green tree frogs! I also love red eyes, pacmans, whites, and fire bellies.

Phineas
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 12:22


The red-eyeds are apparently the icon for amphibians, and have been so for many decades.


Pacific Chorus frogs,
A lizard or two,
Rana Sylvatica (hundreds),
... and a pair of raccoon.
Mh530
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 14:06


Red eyed treefrog man~ I have 2 american green tree frogs, Bingo and kermit. Bingo is an adult frog but Kermit is still a youngster, lol.

Phineas~ yay, I have always that red-eyes were cool! I also REALLY like tiger legs! ohhh those ones are soooo pretty!


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Red Eyed Treefrog Man
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 16:19


Speaking of Kermit, did you know that he was designed after a american green tree frog? Pretty cool right?

Sandy_Bear
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 16:25


Speaking of Kermit, did you know that he was designed after a american green tree frog? Pretty cool right?
Really? I always thought he was supposed to be a bull frog

Red Eyed Treefrog Man
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 16:40


Thats what I thought too but I did some research and it turned out that Kermit is a green tree frog. I also found out that green tree frogs are also called fried bacon frogs. I still can't figure that one out .

Mh530
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# Posted: 9 Jul 2011 20:09


wow, then I picked the right name, lol. I had no idea that Kermit was suppose to be a green tree frog! I am with you on that one, why is it called a fried bacon frog?


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
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