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Old 09-25-2013, 02:13 AM
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I wanted to start a photo thread that we can all post pictures the some of our favorite tree frogs in our collection!

Here is one of my personal favorites in my collection, my albino red eye:



And of course, I cant forget Big Bertha:




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Old 09-25-2013, 02:38 AM
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My Agalychnis Lemur at night. Usually they're deeper red, but this night they were almost purple.


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Old 09-25-2013, 02:46 AM
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They're all beautiful!
I haven't had tree frogs in a few years, but I'm hoping to get some mossy ones in the distant future.
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Old 09-25-2013, 02:54 AM
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Theloderma are probably one of my favorite sp. of frogs. I myself am hoping to get some in the future.

Trickishleaf your frogs are awesome. If you dont mind me asking where did you acquire them? I dont think I have ever seen them for sale.
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:34 AM
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UE sells them as Hylomantis Lemur from CRARC.
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my red eyes and American greens
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:28 PM
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One of my f1 holdback breeding theloderma asperum
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:32 PM
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One of my old rhacaphorus bipunctatus
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Old 09-25-2013, 07:45 PM
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Old 09-25-2013, 08:23 PM
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Julio,

Your glass frogs are AMAZING. Those are one of my favorites up there with Theloderma Corticale and Heteraxilus Alboguttatus (please excuse my spelling)
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Well all those were taken in Situ, so the only one in captivity there is the Calcarifer.
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some shots of my 0.0.3 cb baby phyllomedusa sauvagii, waxy monkey tree frogs. i love these guys









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Here are my tree frogs....Nyctixalus pictus, Vietnamese Mossy Frog, and my fav tree frog red eyed tree frogs
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To all the posters: WOW



Guess I have to refrain from starting a "What kind of _________ actually prefers dendrobatids to tree frogs?!?" thread (ooh, but I'm thinkin' it).

WOW--as in, WOW
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Really? You guys just had to remind me how much I miss owning tree frogs. I love tree frogs but haven't had the time to start yet another project...

Great pics everyone, keep 'em coming!
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Julio you are cheating! Erminea and midas are not hylids! They are awesome though.
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Haha, idk but they were certainly cool!
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I am sure some of you have seen this picture of him before, but he is so darn awesome! One of my starry night reed frogs (probably one of my favorite sp. in my collection)



Here is another little monster that I found when i was herping- Spring peeper. Loud

little things-also probably one of my favorite frogs here in PA.



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the people of this forum work with some amazing species! I wanna see more!!!!!!!!!!
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What's hanging out of the bicolor's mouth?
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What's hanging out of the bicolor's mouth?
A fuzzy mouse. ( Don't plan on feeding them often )
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Poison your pictures are awesome where did you get the bicolors

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Picked him up at an expo back in July.
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eLisborg, those are amazing. I've tried out leucophyllatus but it didn't go so well. Maybe again in the future.

Where do I find some of these?
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poison, they're great frogs and pretty easy too. I used to have a group about 6 years ago and have one of the originals still. They aren't incredibly long lived. I just got a group of 5 though from someone local to me. Unfortunately a lot of the people who were working with them five years ago no longer have them so I can't direct you to anyone. Mike Novy, Ed, and Blackjungle all had them at one point. Understory was working with them and might still be, I'm not sure but you might inquire there.
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Thank you Halter

Picked him up at an expo back in July.
What do you keep them in? I've been interested in them for a while. I read that screen tanks are best for Phyllomedusa spp.

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What do you keep them in? I've been interested in them for a while. I read that screen tanks are best for Phyllomedusa spp.

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Annd by the way I only have a single male at the moment.
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Some old photos I found,

more ebraccata




Heterixalus madagascariensis


Hyperolius argus (female)


Theloderma corticale
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Amazon milk frog, Trachycephalus resinifictrix. I love this guy! Bold and friendly.





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I love those Dendropsophus.
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