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Mixing Tree Frogs

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Posted by: lint at Thu Feb 11 21:29:38 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by lint ]  
   

I know everyone has different opinions on this topic, but i have a large tank with two clown tree frogs (Dendropsophus leucophyllatus) and i am planning to get a third (2nd female) to put in with them but recently i've seen those bird poop tree frogs (hyla maramorta) here on the classifieds and in the little information i could find it seems they are kept in the same care as clowns unless i am mistaken and are of similar size. So i was thinking about maybe putting a pair of these frogs into the tank as well. I know these frogs are not as aggressive as larger frogs such as whites and cubans and barking tree frogs so i thought maybe it would be okay as they would not try to eat each other. My only other thought is do these frogs contain toxins in their skin dangerous to other frogs? I know people will keep red eyes and tiger leg frogs together so i thought maybe tree frogs don't have strong toxins. Well enough blabbering, all comments and opinions welcome. Thanks!


   

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