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What Do Red Eyed & White Eyed Tree Frogs Eat?

What Do Red Eyed & White Eyed Tree Frogs Eat?

Since the diet for Red-Eyed Tree Frogs and White-Eyed Tree Frogs is identical, for the sake of this article, we will now be referring to them as "tree frogs." Tree frogs are a popular pet among frogs lovers due to...

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How to Care for Your Pixie Frog

Description Pixie Frogs (Pyxicephalus adspersus) also known as African Giant Bullfrogs are, despite their name, very large (up to 10” for males) terrestrial, nocturnal amphibians native to sub-Saharan Africa. They are medium green, classically frog-shaped  and known for their voracious appetites. Males...

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How to Care for Your White's Tree Frog

Description White’s Tree Frogs (Litoria caerulea), also called Dumpy Tree Frogs are medium sized (4”), nocturnal, arboreal frogs native to parts of Australia and New Guinea.  Their color ranges from medium green to turquoise, with small white or gold spots visible...

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How to Care for Your Red Eyed Or Green Eyed Tree Frog

Description Red Eyed Tree Frogs (Agalychnis callidryas) are small (2-3”), nocturnal, arboreal frogs native to the tropical rainforests of Mexico and Central America.  They are notable for their bright red eyes with elliptical pupils, orange feet and green bodies with blue...

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How to Care for Your Pac Man Frog

Description PacMan Frogs (Ceratophrys ornata) also known as Ornate Horn Frogs are large (4”-6”) terrestrial, tropical amphibians native to Argentina.  They are nocturnal, round in shape and known for their voracious appetites. For this reason, they are best housed individually.  PacMan Frogs...

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How to Care for Your Dart Frogs

Description Poison Dart Frogs are small (1/2”-2 ½”), diurnal frogs native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America.  There is a wide variety of dart frogs from several genera in the family Dendrobatidae.  The most common dart frog genus is Dendrobates, although...

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How to Care for Your American Bullfrog

Description American Bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus or Rana catesbeiana: varying spellings of both names have been observed in literature) are large (up to 8” for females; males are smaller) terrestrial amphibians native to the eastern United States. Although they have been introduced within...

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