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Discussion in 'Reptile Reference Photos' started by Becky P, Nov 1, 2007.
Found this little guy today.
and one more
Wow he's really green! Those are some really nice close-up pics. Here are a few more to add to the refs. Around here they are all gray--:>
OH so cute!!
The top ones are green treefrogs the bottom appear to be eastern gray treefrogs
So you're saying the green ones are green treefrogs, and the gray ones are gray? LOL teasing
He actually would move his head from side to side. I never knew a frog could do that, but he wouldn't hold the pose long enough for a pic.
He has an injury too, you can see it in one pic. Don't know if a cat or bird or what got hold of him, but his little insides are not all on the inside. Don't know if he'll heal up or not.
its funny ive picked up bright green (gray treefrogs) and Gray (green treefrogs)
I have 2 Cuban tree frogs in our terrarium. Hector and Fidel
They are adorable
My son has an aquarium full of tree frogs. 3 Greens, 1 Grey and a barking tree frog and yes they can make some noise any time of the day or night!
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Here's a BIG Cuban Tree Frog , i found in my yard.
OH fantastic!!! He looks just like Fidel!
Let me tell you the amount those things eat a week is amazing!!