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Old 09-22-2008, 04:33 AM
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Can anyone tell me if it would be okay to keep a green tree frog or some other species in with a pair of leucs? It's 55g high viv so there is plenty of room. I'm getting some leucs in a couple weeks, my first darts, but I'm antsy and want a frog RIGHT NOW!!!!

I dont even have any frogs yet and I'm already addicted. I built 2 viv's already with nothing in them. (Except plants)
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Old 09-22-2008, 06:32 AM
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Why dont you consider going on ahead and getting your green tree frogs and putting them in one vivarium while you put the leucs in the other vivarium?

(Mixing species of any frogs is very looked down upon on this forum and you'd be pretty hardpressed to find support on mixing.)

In any case, make sure you post some pictures of what you have put together already as we all LOVE to see how other's vivs are coming along! Let us all know how it looks!

Good luck on getting your new leucs as this hobby can become quite addicting very fast!
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Why not make it to the meeting this Saturday at Josh's (Byron, MI). There will be plenty of frogs available that are a great first species, and plenty of people to provide information.
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Old 09-23-2008, 03:32 AM
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I saw the thread about that but I have to work all day, I'm in the restaurant biz so my weekends are never open
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