I recently posted a thread saying that I was eager to catch a female gray treefrog because I have only caught males in my life. Well yesterday I found a female (by amazing luck, she was just sitting there on a small pine) and I put her in a small aquarium with a male I also found during that evening. The tank was filled with 3-4 inches of water. The male got on her back within 1 minute of being in the tank with her, and in the morning, the tank was full of little eggs floating about and tied to the leaves of little plants I had put in. I'm really happy to have so easily successfully bred treefrogs (well, there still is all the tadpole story...). The 2 lovers are now in the big tank. And to all the sceptics about catching wild frogs, I would just like to REmention that all the treefrogs I catch in the spring (I limit myself to 2 per year) live in a 210 gallon tank extremely well set-up and on my porch to get the outside temperature and heat (away from direct sunlight of course!) and I let them loose in october. If I take pictures I'll post them!