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x5dmr
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# Posted: 2 Nov 2003 21:55


I picked up some captive breed reed frog froglets about a month ago. i am not sure what they are, they guy sisn't have have any pictures fo the adults. Him and His wife have some in a green house and they were breeding like crazy i guess. anyways, i was wondering if anyone knows of any good sites with reed frog caresheets. they are doing real well. i just like having as much info as possible.

Devin Edmonds
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2003 02:25


The more info the better, here are two good sites:

http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Canopy/9884/article2.html
http://www.easyamphibians.co.uk/treefrogs/reed-frogs/

There are a few people on this forum that keep them as well so I'm sure they will throw in some additional info.

Devin
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blink
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2003 02:36


He he i was just about to post those links.
I have Argus reed frogs and will help any way i can. they are very sensitive creatures and quite hard to settle. But the cutest things ever.

if you describe them i can also 'try'and identify them for you.

let us know how you get on.

Good luck

Cate


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mve
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# Posted: 3 Nov 2003 05:30


i used to keep taeniatus, and some other types through the years, but now i only have argus. post the pic and we can probably id it. there is some cool books about the frogs of africa. check those out to.


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donna
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# Posted: 4 Nov 2003 06:20 · Edited by: donna


Hello...
Since you've been talking about reeds, I've been looking for a good group of argus reeds to house in my new vivarium. Does anyone know of a supplier that they could recommend?
They certainly are a compelling little frog. Since I haven't had much luck finding them, I've been looking at other possibilities. But the little argus just keep pulling me back. Well, their home will be waiting until I can find them.
Thanks in advance...
Donna

x5dmr
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# Posted: 5 Nov 2003 04:32


thnaks everyone for the help, this is a great site. blink, they are still juvies, but at this point the one with the most color is bronze/brown color with a lighter bronze/gold mask from the eyes to the end, and it a few dark mottled spots are appearing, some apear to be in a line others not. i will post pictures when i can find my camera. and when i can figure out how to do that. thanks

x5dmr
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# Posted: 18 Nov 2003 04:39


well i narrowed it down i think. i think they are either albertine swift reed frogs or the dimorphic reed frogs. they are still pretty young so it is hard to tell.

magicunicorn
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# Posted: 16 Dec 2003 22:43


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