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RE: T. corticale photos

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Posted by: flamedcrestie at Tue Mar 27 00:29:48 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by flamedcrestie ]  
   

well, technically they're more aquatic than most tree frogs, but have the same climbing abilities as tree frogs. They spend a similar amount of in the water, and out of the water. When looking at them, and their behavior, they remind me more of tree frog, but their habitat in the wild does not really put them in trees.
my set up is more than adequate for the two at the size that they are. The cage will be increased in size as the frogs grow, and I acquire more.
Every species of frog/treefrog may have different requirements. I'm following what was suggested to me by the breeder. Unless you have first hand experience with T. corticale, what is the point in giving me possible pointers. If I had said they were tree frogs, what advice would you have given me?
I don't mean to sound rude, I just don't like when things are suggested without having a good reason for it.
Here's a link to give you a bit more background information.
http://personal.riverusers.com/~richardfife/page14.html
Andrew Gilpin


   

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