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    Got a green tree frog need alittle help

    Hi. Right now he is the size of a nickel. I want to know if he can live in a 10 gallon his whole life? And what is a good mister?
    Also can I use reptibark if I feed himin a different container? I feed my fire bellied toads in a little container and they know if the big hand bus comes to jump on and it will take them to the lunch room. I can't even put my hand in the tank to fix something because they jump on me and try to climb up me. Will the tree frog learn that my hand will take him to the lunch room?
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    Disturbed a albino african clawed frog. Snowy a silver molly. Fire a blood fin tetra. Jaws a black molly. Another fish tank with fish and snails galore.






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    Elite Member Sean Boyd's Avatar
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    I used to have on in a 10-gallon tank and he did o.k. You can use repti bark but they won't be on ground much or at least my wasn't. I don't think they will learn but they might if you do it over and over again at the same time every day. I use a mister you can get for $1.

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    Although you can somewhat train a toad, frogs are generally dumber. I highly doubt, though would be greatly impressed, if you can pull it off. Plus green tree frogs tend to sleep during the day. If you stick your hand in there, he probably won't notice. It'd be easier to just feed him in the enclosure.
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    What kind of mister should I buy?
    5 Dogs
    Candice a collie, Budweiser a black lab, Shotzie a rottweiler, Rocky a german shepherd, & Gizmo a chihuahua.
    4 Tabby cats
    Magic, Phoebe, Tinkerbell, & Skitzie. Pookie & Boo black & white cats.
    Spike a cockatiel. Heaven a leopard gecko. Link & Lucy fire bellied toads. Luke and Laura fire bellied newts.
    Disturbed a albino african clawed frog. Snowy a silver molly. Fire a blood fin tetra. Jaws a black molly. Another fish tank with fish and snails galore.

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    Elite Member Sean Boyd's Avatar
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    Just a mister you can spray that you can get a dollar stores. You can find them in the hair section. when people mist there hair to be cut type of mister.

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    That is what I have now but I want to get an automatic one.
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    Candice a collie, Budweiser a black lab, Shotzie a rottweiler, Rocky a german shepherd, & Gizmo a chihuahua.
    4 Tabby cats
    Magic, Phoebe, Tinkerbell, & Skitzie. Pookie & Boo black & white cats.
    Spike a cockatiel. Heaven a leopard gecko. Link & Lucy fire bellied toads. Luke and Laura fire bellied newts.
    Disturbed a albino african clawed frog. Snowy a silver molly. Fire a blood fin tetra. Jaws a black molly. Another fish tank with fish and snails galore.

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    Re: Got a green tree frog need alittle help

    GUYS!!! Debating a mister?!? C'mon, do not sweat this--any mister will do it, and a better ($5.99) one will last longer. let us not get OCD on this, okay?

    What is MORE important is water quality--how is your water? It should not b be too acidic, and NEVER use softened water (sodium content).

    The good news: Many tree frogs, including H. cinerea, learn to associate you with food in a matter of days....

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