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Old 08-21-2014, 02:46 PM
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Do not know the species yet, and will get pics of later tonight. I have one a friend of mine collected for me from his lily pad grow out pond. He says there is another, and I am going to try and get it this afternoon. I will take a closer look later and when i post pics I will give my guess on species. He has grays, greens, squirrel, and barking in his area. I am pretty sure its leucistic instead of albino since just looking at it in the bucket the eyes are pretty dark if not black.
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I'm very curious to see the pics. What part of Georgia are you located? I'm in Cordele, which is a couple hours South of Atlanta.
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Right below Newnan Ga. When I transfer it over to a deli I will take a pic, and also if I happen to luckily catch the other one I will take a pic of it too. Legs already starting to pop out.
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Oh that's right. I asked you that before. I'm interested to see the pics.

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Old 08-21-2014, 06:44 PM
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Default Re: leucistic or albino tree frog

Here is pics of the one I have. Figured I would get a few out before I head over to catch the second one. I say albino now after the close-up pic of the eye. Now as for species I still do not know. I am going to collect a few normals for ID.
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no luck on second one today. Tried for a couple of hours with no show. The pool they are in is a seedling lily pad pond so I cant really dig in the creases. I will keep going to see if I can get a hold of it. From what I have been told this second one is about a week behind in development so I have a little time. Did see plenty of normals and from what I saw they have to be grey's.
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albino because it has red eyes
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yep I know for sure its an albino. Here is a pic of it taken a not too long ago. Still on the look out for the second one in my buddies green house. Going to put up a light one of these nights coming up to see if it may come to it to hunt.
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Didn't someone here say they were from Newnan Ga, ? Wensday I found this living in the toilet in the bathroom I never use. It's body is just over an inch long and he or she has 5 toes on the rear feet. I live in Tyrone and just don't want a frog as a pet at this time if someone here near me wants him he is free. i assume he will be ok for a week or 2 without food ?
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