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    Frogface has been dubbed a "she"
    And the story goes that she was on a plant from Home Depot that King Zuzunums brought home and decided to keep because there wasn't really anywhere to put teh froggie...might've been cold out, too. So it's either a California frog, orrrr something that got imported into Home Depot.

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    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exo View Post
    no black band

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    Thez said the people at the pet store where she bought the terrarium thought it was a No. Cal tree frog (Pacific?). Doesn't really look like the photos I've seen. Doesn't quite look like a California Tree Frog either, close but not close.

    I was hoping one of our froggy people like Pyro could come up with a better ID.

    Maybe a Cuban Tree Frog:

    http://www.google.com/search?q=cuban...w=1286&bih=814

    http://www.wec.ufl.edu/extension/wil...ntrionalis.php

    • Size of the adults (up to 5 inches in body length, much larger than native Florida treefrogs);
    • Enormous toe pads (larger than toepads of native treefrogs in Florida);
    • Bumpy skin on the back, like skin of a toad; and
    • Skin on top of head is fused to skull (see test described below).


    A good test to determine if a frog is a Cuban treefrog is to grasp the frog firmly, but gently, and try to move the skin around on the top of the frog's head with your fingertip. The skin on the head of a Cuban treefrog is fused to the top of the skull and won't move.
    I guess I can give the froggy a nuggie and see
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    NaN,
    Cuban seem plausible. More so can see them moving with plants across country. Coqui and greenhouse frogs are doing similar things here in Hawaii...

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    The Florida website says the Cuban Tree Frog is established on Oahu.
    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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    Yep apparently on windward side. Maybe manawili trail area....

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    taste sorta like catfish with texture sorta like chicken

    hehehehehe

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