Hi Josh,jkinsey said:Wow. It sounds like these are great frogs I am glad I made the purchase. I am getting them from Patrick so I am sure they will be nice. Shelley I will keep you posted with mine maybe if I get all males we could do some trading. But either way I am very excited about them. I am also anxiuos to hear their call first hand. From what it sounds like their call is pretty interesting.
bbrock you had mentioned that you have them set-up to breed and raise young on their own. Would you be willing to sure a little information on that set-up? :lol: If not I understand. Thanks again for all of the information. It has been very helpful.
You will love these frogs. They turned me into a a Phyllophile.
Their shyness is really variable. Mine are out all the time and don't even move out of the way when you put your hand in the viv. They are about equal to bicolor in boldness. But I've had people get frogs from me who say they never see them except maybe a butt as it scoots away to hide. Ben use to come over to my house and couldn't understand why my frogs were so bold but his would always hide. Now I think his are bold too but I'm not really sure why. I think in general having frogs out where there is people movement tends to habituate them and they become more bold. Anyway, if there is one downside to this frog, it is that in some cases they are shy.Ed Martin said:I agree with Brent, they are a great frog. I have some from the line he refers to and a male from another. Mine are not very bold but I understand that is atypical behavior. My male calls all the time, mostly in the middle of the day, just about every day. As Brent said the call is really nice.
I think that's right, I think I remember Ben mentioning trading with him but Patrick may have more than one line.Randy said:If I'm not mistaken, Patrick's line came from the same line as Ben's. I'd double-check that with Patrick just to make sure, but I believe that to be the case.