Apollo (Litoria infrafrenata)

Herp13

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I jsut got him last week, and am currently fattening him up a bit, good news is he was sold to me as a cuban tree frog, so i saved a good $20 or so{D

-Eric
 

beetleman

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:clap: beautiful whitelip! used to keep those sometime ago,great frog.
 

Herp13

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Thnx all, maybe i can get a vid of him eating and post it on youtube, but i'll see about that. Anyone else have them?

-Eric
 

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Has anyone noticed their frogs changing between all kinds of colors thruout the day? Mine hs some strange brown greens, and grays, very akward, untill i feed him in which case he turns bright green again:)

-Eric
 

Arachnophilist

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yeah that is quite a common thing for most frogs.. I notice it especially with tree frogs
 

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Cool:) I also started feeding nightcrawlers, he really seems to like them:)

-Eric
 

Herp13

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Nice to hear from another frog lover:) And yes, just as the thread stated, it is a white-lipped tree frog; Litoria infrafrenata, where as a white's tree frog is Litoria caerulea. And he eats most anything that fits in hiw mouth... Roaches, crickets, mealworms, nightcrawlers, pinkies etc.

-Eric

P.S. He actually was captive bred, but they originate in the Indo-Pacific region.
 

AnthrpicDecadnc

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...isn't that what the thread initially said? Anywho, cool frog.
yeah, it did. sorry, i'm not too good with scientific names yet. only reason i joined really was because this site appealed to me. i was that kid who snuck out at night to pick up stag beetles every summer.:D

always been a fan of things like that. not so much mammals.. except rodents and women, but mainly herps and inverts. i've been catching things as far as i can remember, and i had an intense fascination for leeches in 7th grade. as well as turtles and around that point was when my herp interests caught. but now i have an emp scorpion and a leopard geckp. i'm interested in purchasing another scorp soon, probably a heterometrus, and probably from this forum.

but i LOVE to learn (most 21 yr. olds rather get drunk 'round here). and ive been reading about wildlife as long as i can remember. even as a child, i didnt watch cartoons... i watched nature docs.
 

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yeah, it did. sorry, i'm not too good with scientific names yet. only reason i joined really was because this site appealed to me. i was that kid who snuck out at night to pick up stag beetles every summer.:D

always been a fan of things like that. not so much mammals.. except rodents and women, but mainly herps and inverts. i've been catching things as far as i can remember, and i had an intense fascination for leeches in 7th grade. as well as turtles and around that point was when my herp interests caught. but now i have an emp scorpion and a leopard geckp. i'm interested in purchasing another scorp soon, probably a heterometrus, and probably from this forum.

but i LOVE to learn (most 21 yr. olds rather get drunk 'round here). and ive been reading about wildlife as long as i can remember. even as a child, i didnt watch cartoons... i watched nature docs.
you mention watching cartoons like it's a sin.
 
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