Justin Bailey· Registered
I really like this idea as keeping the ugliest frogs I can possibly find, is exactly what I'm in to. After keeping several rare (to the hobby) tree frogs, I found however, that in order to maintane*sp. A population of these frogs you would have to reproduce them at some point. When you are someone like myself who takes pride in keeping some of the ugliest frogs, you find that after breeding them no one but yourself takes interest in them, leaving you with possibly hundreds of extra froglets with no where to go. This lead me to stop keeping several of these species but I still kick myself for moving them as some are now listed as critically endangered and I may never be able to acquire them again. If there were always homes for extra offspring than this idea would work great but that isnt always the case often unfortunately.