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  • Tiny treefrog habitat question

    Hi, I have five tiny treefrogs, all the same breed, about the size of my pinky fingernail. I know all the proper care of these frogs but I'm just wondering how many do you think I can keep in a five gallon tank planted with live plants? I'm thinking at least 3 of them if not all 5. Now, I know a 5 gallon tank sounds small but keep in mind that these are tiny tiny frogs, less than 1/2 inch, that grow to an adult size of 3/4 of an inch, up to 1 and 1/4 inch (I plan on moving them into a larger tank when they are fully grown).
    I own:
    2 kitties
    2 crested geckos
    4 treefrogs
    3 guppies & 1 sunset coral

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    We keep little guys in the smallest exoterra tank. Right now we have 5 reed frogs and a red eye, although the red eye needs an upgrade soon into the 12 x 12 x 18 exoterra with the larger tree frogs. But we have ours with a natural water fall with a filter in the water and I change the water weekly. They do really well this way, we rarely loose frogs. This even worked well when we had dart frogs at work.
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    • #3
      It would depend on the species. Not many frogs at all can live in a 5 gallon tank, if any. What species of tree frogs are they? If you don't know, can you plst some pics please?
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      • #4
        They are Pacific tree frogs.
        I own:
        2 kitties
        2 crested geckos
        4 treefrogs
        3 guppies & 1 sunset coral

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        • #5
          Since yours are just little babies, I think keeping all five in your 5 gallon will be fine for now. Just put lots of plants and water for them to play in! I've heard these guys are very active. And loud. =)

          When they get bigger, though, please remember to give them space! Meaning like only two to a ten gallon, etc.

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