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White's Tree Frogs

Discussion in 'Tree Frogs' started by ILoveGreen, Jun 22, 2008.

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  1. ILoveGreen

    ILoveGreen Elite Member

    Here are some pictures of my 6 WTFs. They live in a 150 gallon enclosure.

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  2. Moshpitrockchick

    Moshpitrockchick Subscribed User Premium Member

    Welcome! They are adorable, I'm sure Liz, our resident frog nut will be along soon to swoon over your babies!
     
  3. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Adorable!! I love the first pic.
     
  4. ILoveGreen

    ILoveGreen Elite Member

    Thankyou both!

    I actually already know Liz from a frog forum we both belong to. She's the one who told me about this forum. :)

    My sister made prints of that first pics for me on canvas(sp?). :)
     
  5. fire2225ems

    fire2225ems Subscribed User Premium Member

    Aww they look GREAT! Makes me miss having frogs soo much!
     
  6. makiwan

    makiwan Elite Member

    oh my god they're SO cute!!
     
  7. snakesRkewl

    snakesRkewl Elite Member

    Cute pics. I used to have a whites with several others way back when. They are fun frogs, or so I thought :)
     
  8. 30mm

    30mm Elite Member

    I wish my White's were that pretty =[
     
  9. Jay Willis

    Jay Willis Member

    Wow, ILoveGreen is here to!!!

    Always love thos WTFs of Your!!!
     
  10. schlegelbagel

    schlegelbagel Frog Lover Premium Member

    Lisa! Welcome to HC! :) Beautiful photos as always.
     
  11. ILoveGreen

    ILoveGreen Elite Member

    Haha I'm everywhere! I have more computer time now that I'm prego and lazy!

    Thanks for all the nice comments....I see my frogs will like it here! :)

    30mm......why aren't your WTFs pretty? Mine aren't always either.....I just don't show the pics of them all dirty hehe.

    More pics to come...I have a million pics of these guys!
     
  12. ILoveGreen

    ILoveGreen Elite Member

    Oh I was just wondering why there is a Tree Frog and Toad section but not one for Frogs like Bullfrogs and Green frogs? Do those have to go in the general frog section?
     
  13. ILoveGreen

    ILoveGreen Elite Member

    Here are some older pics of them.
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    :rolleyes: Ya I have more!
     
  14. schlegelbagel

    schlegelbagel Frog Lover Premium Member

    Yeah, you can just shlep them into the "general" category. This site is always changing. If we get enough threads going to warrant another section, it will get added.
     
  15. 30mm

    30mm Elite Member

    Mine are never green like that. They're always brown, sometimes dark green.
     
  16. ILoveGreen

    ILoveGreen Elite Member

    What temp and humidity do you have your tank at? What size tank? :)
     
  17. schlegelbagel

    schlegelbagel Frog Lover Premium Member

    Some are just darker than others. They come in various shades. I have one who is bright green and almost never changes color, then there is grace who goes from brown to medium light green for no apparent reason.
     
  18. Nice pictures!
     
  19. 30mm

    30mm Elite Member

    same with mine, they seem to be brown during the day and green at night.

    Humidity is kept between 65% and 80%

    Day temp is about 84 - 87 depending on the room temp.

    Night temp is about 74 - 76 again depending on room temp.

    Tank size is a well flourished 29. I have pics of it in my tank post.

    Petco advertised them as the Australian species... maybe they're Indonesian?
     
  20. schlegelbagel

    schlegelbagel Frog Lover Premium Member

    Yes, i believe the Indonesian species are the browner ones, and the light green ones and/or blue phase are Australian.

    I also saw in our frog exhibit at the national aquarium in Baltimore, they had what was labeled a Mexican dumpy tree frog, which my Greenie looks exactly like.
     
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