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RE: best setup for a grey tree frog?

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Posted by: rrrragdoll at Fri Jul 13 16:27:58 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rrrragdoll ]  
   

Well, they are tree frogs, so an all water bottom is out. Maybe 1/4 water, but the rest they need as land to hunt for their food and such.

If you're going the dish route, you may want to put down a bit of gravel and then cover it with eco-earth or bed-a-beast and then plant your plants. Ones like Pothos are nice because they have stong leaves to hold them while they're climbing and for sleeping on.

If you need to use heat (you need gauges for humidity and temps)then make sure you have a warm and cool side and hides on both for them to move to.

Those reptivines work nice especially when you twist a couple different sized ones together and leave gaps. Then you can train the pothos vines up them, it helps to fill the upper void in the tank.

There are people with grays I believe over on the repticzone treefrog forum if you'd like to hop on over


   

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