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    Some frogs breed in nepenthes pitchers, but probably not those two...

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    That is awesome! I wonder what would happen if they laid eggs in there...
    I don't know if this species of frog would do so but there is a frog species in the wild who does lay their eggs in the pitcher fluid. The Charles Clarke book Nepenthes of Borneo details which species it is. In the wild pitchers can be entire miniature ecosystems with all sorts of critters visiting them or spending at least part of their lives in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric_N View Post
    Aww. XD They're so cute. I wish there were wild frogs here in Southern California. Lucky you...
    I'm sure there are somewhere.
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    I thought I should let everyone know that I checked this morning and the two little Spring Peepers have moved on, and didn't fall into the digestive juices.

    Funny, now that I think about it, I had a Spring Peeper that lived in an axil of one of my larger bromeliads last year.
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    Was it a carnivorous brom or a regular one

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    They can usually get out, they're feet are surprisingly adhesive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpsammich View Post
    Was it a carnivorous brom or a regular one
    Just a regular one, I dont have any of the carnivorous kind... yet!
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    Hey nice pics with the froggies!

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