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RE: T. corticale photos

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Posted by: flamedcrestie at Wed Mar 28 22:18:55 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by flamedcrestie ]  
   

First, I should say that my previous post is actually about 95% informational.
to me, your first response of,
"Are those little guys tree frogs? (I'm asking because if they are the setup isn't quite right...)"
is almost assuming I don't know what I'm doing.
While I realize these forums are filled with people coming here looking for information, and/or have their animals set up completely wrong, that is not the case with me in this thread. If you have a suggestion to me about what I should be doing differently, please go ahead and tell me ( or atleast know the specific care requirements of the species in question).
your response of,
"Excuse me? What right do you have to be talking to anybody like that? I would have simply said "thanks for the pointer, but these guys require different care then regular tree frogs"

No need to be rude. I was after all, only asking a question eh?"

In all honesty, I have every 'right' to say what I said. This is a public forum and I was questioned about my husbandry practices possibly being incorrect, so I tried to explain why I felt they were not incorrect. I appreciate your suggestion as to what I could have said as a more appropriate response, but have you thought that I could also make suggestions to you about yours? ( in your first post). That is what my response to your first post was, information, and a suggestion to not get into threads if you don't have experience with the animal, or to question someone elses practices.
asking me " Are those little guys tree frogs?" is perfectly acceptable, but when you add "(I'm asking because if they are the setup isn't quite right)" to the end of it you should atleast know if they are, or are not tree frogs, before telling me I might be doing something wrong.
Andrew Gilpin


   

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