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    Default My Red Eyed Tree Frogs

    2 males, 1 female. Pics are from my cell phone, so they aren't the greatest. (edit...Just saw there's an amphibian forum here. Sorry if this shouldn't be here)










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    They are super cute! I love the blue on the sides.
    0. 1 Crested Gecko (Espi)
    1.1 Border Collies (Kobi and Jade)
    1.0 Guinea Pig (Bertie)
    0.1 Kenyan Sand Boa (Iduna)

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    Thanks. Yeah, they really are pretty neat creatures. I love watching them hunt down their food.

    Here's a pic from last night. They usually wait in this exact spot every night, waiting to be fed. I like the little guy at the very bottom peeking around the plant.


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    i would love to set up somthing for some red eyes.

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    Pics of full tank! this looks great.
    1.1 R. Leachianus
    0.0.1 R. Chahoua
    1.1.2 R. Ciliatus
    Along with Uroplatus, Eurydactylodes, Phelsuma and Leopard Geckos

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    Super cool! I need to get some twirly bamboo plants for my gecko tank...
    4.3.6 C. ciliatus
    1.0.0 M. chahoua
    20.0 Chinchillas
    1.0 Cat

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    That pic of the three on the bamboo is so cute! Really neat frogs.
    Currently keeping Correlophus ciliatus, Rhacodactylus auriculatus, Hemitheconyx caudicinctus.
    I have also kept Phelsuma klemmeri, Eublepharis macularius, and Lampropeltis getula californiae.

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    Beautiful pictures of some really neat frogs. ron
    1 sulcata tort 1 russian tort 2 red foot torts 3 hingeback torts
    1 leopard tort 3 greek torts 1 box turtle
    2.5 hissing cockroaches 3.11.?? c. hentzi scorpions dubia roch colony
    isopod colony 3.5 Emperor scorpions 2.5 c. vitattus scorpions
    4.6.1 crested geckos 1.1 halmahera geckos 0.0.3 leopard geckos
    1.1.7 gargoyle geckos

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    I was thinking of setting up a dart frog tank, but these pictures may just change my mind. Very cool.
    1.1.4 Crested Geckos
    0.1.0 Boxador (1/2 Boxer-1/2 Black Lab)
    0.1.0 Girlfriend who likes my geckos but doesn't understand the obsession.

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    Thanks all.

    These guys are actually pretty entertaining to watch...the way the move about the tank. They look like monkeys the way they walk from leaf to vine. Other night one of them literally clinged to a leaf with one of it's hind legs (foot actually), dangling to grab a cricket below, and managed to pull itself back up to the leaf, where it just chilled, stuck to the botom of it.

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