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    Talking Mossy Frogs?

    I have a young Vietnamese Mossy Frog and hes definately the coolest looking tree frogs Ive ever seen or had, I think theyre very underrated, and i was wondering if anyone else on here had one..Post your pics of the frog and its setup if you can! Thanks!
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    I see them at the pet store when I go to pick up crickets, thinking about getting a couple maybe!
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    Had a trio of them a while back, but traded them off for some quieter captives. They sound like a sonar and were heard in my bedroom, despite being in the basement and 2 doors between us!



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    Ah, so they are noisy then! My FBT keeps me up some nights with his "whomping".
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    I have two, I like the sound it's a bong, bong.

    He doesn't do it for a long time so I like it when he does.
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    can you keep just one of them or do they prefer company? would they still call alone? know of any good care sheets/sites? i was looking at these again at the new california academy of sciences and i just love them. they do the little toe tapping thing D. azureus do when hunting food, it's so cute.

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    You could keep one alone. It would only call if its a male. The care sheet is really easy. No special lighting although I do have UVB, tank is half water, half land and I do have a filter. The rocks and plants are a place they can get out of water and also where I feed their dusted cickets or roaches. Regular house temps, nothing above 80 and as low as 60

    No heater in the water. Thats it. There sure are great!

    Hope you get one you will love it.
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    I was wondering if anyone here knows where you can buy Vietnamese mossy frog in British Columbia Canada. I have one and would like to get one or two more.

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    First, please don't reply to threads that are 7 years old. Just start your own thread. Josh's frogs may ship to Canada, but I'm not sure.
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