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Old 01-26-2007, 11:45 PM
 
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Old 01-27-2007, 12:24 AM
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COOL! how much did you pay for it? do you have a shot of the viv?
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COOL! how much did you pay for it? do you have a shot of the viv?
$45 full grown male. I'll take a viv picture tomorrow, i don't wanna disturb his day and night cycle.
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What size tank are they in? I am putting together a 90g for about 5 red eyes, can I get away with more red eyes in a tank that size?
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What size tank are they in? I am putting together a 90g for about 5 red eyes, can I get away with more red eyes in a tank that size?
mines in a temporary 10 gallon vert.

A 90? The rule is 10 gallons per frog, get 4 more red eyes!

Show us some picks when ur done!
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Nice frog! I used to have some RETF's, but don't anymore. I kinda miss them and have been considering building a vivarium for some. These pics kinda make me want to even more.
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Nice frog! I used to have some RETF's, but don't anymore. I kinda miss them and have been considering building a vivarium for some. These pics kinda make me want to even more.
Thanks. I was very lucky to find this frog! There were two frogs for sale at the reptile show, i bought one, 10 min later, the other one was gone. There uber hard to find. they are beautiful frogs. Super easy to take pictures of cuz they are so freakin mellow.
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like once a year my local petsmart gets 2-3 of them in. They ussually sell in like a week though. So if anyones looking give a call to your locall petsmart and see if they are getting any in. Just make sure you ask the manager and not one of the kids on the floor.
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i can see why, they are gorgeous frogs. most 5 year olds have seen one at the zoo or had a stuffed animal(i had a dart frog stuffed animal, i was OBSESSED with dart frogs. I still have it too, now i know, its not a dart frog, there are no dart frogs colored like that thing) then the little kid is looking at fish in the pet store and he glances at the infamous red eyed tree frog. They he goes "mommy! mommy! can i have dis froggy?" and the parent who has no idea what they are doing says yes.
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very neat. what are they like as a pet? i'm guessing they get a decent size and eat crickets? aren't they nocturnal though, so you don't really get to see their colors very often?
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very neat. what are they like as a pet? i'm guessing they get a decent size and eat crickets? aren't they nocturnal though, so you don't really get to see their colors very often?
They are very cool pets. The males get about 2 inches, the females reach 3 inches, and they do eat crickets. Yes, they are nocturnal but they are still cool to watch at night, the night time light goes on about 5:30 pm, so i do get to watch him quite a bit.
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i've been messing with microsoft photo image software

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Has your male started calling yet? I have a sexed pair i got when they were real little and didn't know they were a pair at the time.

As soon as the lights go out in the frog room he fills the house with his 'wrock-ock' call, and sometimes he does this kinda warble..

I just cycled them again but as yet no sign of mating. one day maybe.

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Has your male started calling yet? I have a sexed pair i got when they were real little and didn't know they were a pair at the time.

As soon as the lights go out in the frog room he fills the house with his 'wrock-ock' call, and sometimes he does this kinda warble..

I just cycled them again but as yet no sign of mating. one day maybe.

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no, i haven't heard him call yet, but i'm not clear on how to get him to.
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Some more Red eye pics





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Beautiful frog. Keep taking pictures.. I never get tired of seeing pics of frogs!

I certainly don't want to play an expert, sound rude, or slight anyone, but I would strongly encourage those keeping anurans to hold them as little as possible, and by allowing them to climb around on walls, doors and the like, you may subjecting them to a number of dangers... the is especially true of carpets, which can harbor a number of nasties. This is ignoring the stress that this kind of activity has on them (just photographing them is stressful enough.. imagine what a flash must me like to a frog!)

Probably nothing will happen from it.. but it is still a risk I would rather not take. Plus pictures in vivs are so much cooler anyway!

Good luck!

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i try to handle my frog as little as possible, usually i only take pictures when i have to take him out for other reasons, and i don't use a flash, it tends to do more bad than good in most cases.
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