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Thread: Frogs for n. 'red leopard'

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    Griffin, I used to import and export reptiles and amphibians... lets work out a nice trade and I can send you some real nice frogs not ugly brown cuban tree frogs lol!

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    Juan-Carlos, PM'd you. Let me know if you did not get it.

    Cool85k5, I did not say I was not interested, I was just curious if you knew what kind. probably not toads, as I have a couple of native Nebraskan and an Egyptian-ironically, they look identical at a glance.

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    I'm not sure what kind they are,have'nt seem them upclose.I can catch one and see if you want.

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    I had a treefrog screen environment where i had cuban treefrogs, green treefrogs, white's treefrog, less gray and greater gray treefrogs, spring peeper's and the not-so aboral frogs, pacman frogs and tomato frogs. I had breeding pairs of each except for the pacman frogs which teamed up with the cuban treefrogs and ate any spring peeper's i had a chance of getting. Very tragic, but the environment was a gorgeous four foot tall chameleon-esque cage with bottom front door and large top door.

    Unfortunately, I have just finished off selling ALL of them, including their environment.

    Sorry Griff. It's cool to know someone had Cuban treefrogs besides me. They are one of the largest treefrogs I've seen, well, beside White's.

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    are any of these Aquarium Frogs? Aqua frogs, like the ones in the pet stores?
    Quit reading my mind!

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    The two frogs by that discription(aqua pet store frogs) would probably be the fire belly toad(likes to be on land some) and the African clawed frog(totally aquatic).

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    Or the african dwarf frog(Hyemnochirus sp.)
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    D. muscipula & D. muscipula 'Red Dragon'(barely)

    Sarracenia leucophylla(seedling)

    S. purpurea and Drosera filiformis filiformis/ intermedia seeds waiting to sprout.

    Drosera capensis

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    Heck, I was thinking the dwarf was the same genus as Xenopus(clawed frog), but you may be right.

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