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  1. Tree frogs
    Got some new frogs today! Four F1 Theloderma horridum's. I hope I can get a pair. My biggest is a little over 1" they apparently can reach a max of 2". They are mostly found in Malaysia, not very common in the hobby and I don't even know what they sound like. Pictures \/ Most of these are of...
  2. Tree frogs
    Todays been a little slow on the forum so I figured I would share my new T. pictum paludarium. The background is black window film (on the back) The land is a box made of egg crate (expensive light defuser) wrapped in fine mesh window screen with holes cut out for 5" net pots. The pots are...
  3. Tree frogs
    Hello, I recently acquired 7 theloderma bicolor aka mini mossy frogs. I have them in an 18"x18"x36" paludarium with a 1:1 water to land ratio. They are all about an inch long, and had been eating medium crickets before I got them. I have tried 2 methods of feeding them, both of which did not...
  4. Beginner Discussion
    I have a very large terrarium that’s deep enough to hold a water feature and I want to create a large water feature with a lot of land. It will hold isopods, springtails, small fish and shrimp. I would like to get a pair of mossy frogs. I know mourning geckos do well with dart frogs. What...
  5. Parts & Construction
    Hi all, Would love to get your thoughts on my current plan. So first the idea. I want to set up a paludarium for Vietnamese Mossy Frogs. Some guidelines I want to try to folllow Vivarium is 100*40*90cm (LxWxH) I want full moss growth, so very high humidity Bottom part will be a peninsula...
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