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That's a cool pic, what an expression! Tanks a lot!
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Jerry,
I never see many tree frog enthusiasts here on the west coast. Which doesn't mean that there aren't any. At the shows they are a rare find. Being from Florida, is that not the case? You certainly have the desirable weather for treefrog breeding. I was curious.
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TREE FROGS

DAVE, Fl. is ideal for breeding frogs indoors or out. The one major difference between arrows and tree frogs is the water use. Tadpoles of tree frogs can be substantial, and the requirements of water changes can be time consuming to say the least. Even a good system requires a constant eye for temp control, food intake, etc. Interestingly enough, both the arrow frogs and tree frogs do have their respective specialized frogs that require extra specialized husbandry. this may even include a cooling down period. This is where So. Fla. is ideal.
 

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Jeryy those pics are great! The first one is so cute. Who could resist that face. Just makes you wonder what it is thinking of. I would love to have those or some tiger legs. We have tried many red eyeds before and had no luck with them. A very beautiful frog, but for some reason we kept killing them. That was before our dart frog ventures and I think that we could do better with them now. It just leaves a bad taste in your mouth though. Love the pics though.

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If you give me some background info on the Redeyes, I may be able to help you. They are not difficult to keep. But as with any frog, they do have their requirements. JERRY You can email me privately at the address below if you need some further info. Also , just our of curiosity, did you receive my first email ?
 

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JERRY said:
Here is a photo of one of our Waxys. We are more into the tree frogs then the darts.
Thank goodness somebody feels the same as I do and keep more tree frogs. I've got 4 species of Phyllomedusa and 4 species of Hyperolius, along with some misc stuff.
 

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Hi Jerry

Hi Jerry,
I am good for now keeping busy with lots of darts. I have kept red eyes in the past and enjoyed them quite a bit. But I am good for now. Thank you for the offer. If an opportunity arises I would be happy to share treefrog knowledge with you. And yes, I did get your email, thanks.
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Derek Benson said:
JERRY said:
Here is a photo of one of our Waxys. We are more into the tree frogs then the darts.
Thank goodness somebody feels the same as I do and keep more tree frogs. I've got 4 species of Phyllomedusa and 4 species of Hyperolius, along with some misc stuff.
Derek,

It maybe just me, but its seems like tree frogs are mentioned alot (for a dart frog forum :) .) I'm actually surprised reed frogs aren't brought up more often.
 
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