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Who Killed Whom?

Discussion in 'Tree Frogs' started by Menonemo, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. Menonemo

    Menonemo New Member

    This is on my front porch in Central Florida. Crazy, creepy! What do you think happened?

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  2. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    Oh wow, interesting. My theory is. The frog tried to eat the spider but in the process the spider may have bitten the frog and the frog may have been having a hard time getting the spider down. As the time passed and the frog was still trying to get the spider down, the venom started to take affect and killed the frog in the process.

    I'm a good story teller lol. Don't even know what kind of spider it is though.

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    The frog is probably a cuban tree frog.
     
  3. Menonemo

    Menonemo New Member

    Yes, I think it's a cuban tree frog and a huntsman spider. They're basically mummified on my front porch. Really creepy!
     
  4. jaydsr2887

    jaydsr2887 Elite Member

    Wow.... That is crazy...
     
  5. aromatherapykim

    aromatherapykim Elite Member

    Well clicking Into this thread I was really nervous about the subject haha. This is crazy cool. I'm guessing the spider fought back enough to kill the frog before the frog got it down
     
  6. Menonemo

    Menonemo New Member

    Well, it shows that there is a native species capable of possibly curbing the cuban frog invasion here in Florida. I know that's a huge concern.
     

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