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Whites Tree Frog in Corner for a Ton of Days!

Discussion in 'Tree Frogs' started by IWantReptiles, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. IWantReptiles

    IWantReptiles Well-Known Member

    My White's Tree Frog "Yoshi" has not been active. She only stays in the top left of her tank! I feel she is not getting the food, and we have been really caring for her! Is it normal for this? Any help is awesome!



    -IWantReptiles :-&
     
  2. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    · How long have you owned the animal?
    · What is the enclosure size?
    · What type of substrate are you using (shavings, bark, paper towel, etc.)?
    · What type of lighting are you using and at what distance(s) are they from the animal? (UVB and Basking)
    · What are the temperatures within the enclosure and how are they being measured?
    · What is the humidity within the enclosure and how is it being measured?
    · What are you feeding (or attempting to feed) the animal?
    · What exactly are you concerned about?
    · Please provide images of the animal as well as the enclosure if possible.
     
  3. IWantReptiles

    IWantReptiles Well-Known Member

    1. A little bit new.
    2. 20 Gallon
    3. Coconut Fiber (Loose)
    4. He has a Zilla long lamp (UVB and basking in one)
    5. Nothing, they said at Petco that he would be ok without a temp gauge. (Sorta stupid I did not get one)
    6. Crickets!
    7. I feel that he has not moved from the corner of the tank!

    Sorry I can not post a pic! The site wont let me! Here is a description!

    A cling-on plant (Silk)
    2 smaller silk plants
    Water bowl (Big corner)
    Lighting
    20 gallon tank cover for reptiles and amphibians
    1 Whites Tree Frog
     
  4. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    With out gauges we can't really say if your temps and humidity are wrong. Are you using a screen top? If so cover most of it with foil.

    Are you sure the frog is not just going back to that spot every day? Have you checked him at night?
     
  5. jaydsr2887

    jaydsr2887 Elite Member

    yeah they are primarily nocturnal so it is probably moving around at night..... and are you misting the cage?.... they need it to be humid
     
  6. IWantReptiles

    IWantReptiles Well-Known Member

    I am misting the cage everyday about 3 times! It is a screen top! I am about to buy a gauge! I check at night and early morning, and he does not move!
     
  7. jaydsr2887

    jaydsr2887 Elite Member

    cover the screen top with a piece of plywood or foil..... misting the cage isn't really doing any good without a top to hold in the humidity really and if you buy a gauge buy a digital not analog......
     
  8. IWantReptiles

    IWantReptiles Well-Known Member

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