Terrarium of my hometown (Hungary)

bengerno

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Hi,

I just found these pics on my pc, I took them in 2005. Not too much but...

Anolis sagrei




Phelsuma madagascariensis grandis

and their eggs


Matamata...I just love them!!


Agalychnis callidryas




Litoria caerulea...Smiling frog :)






 

Kriegan

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Hallo,

Nice pics! How old is your litoria caerulea, and what gender is it? Is it easy to keep?

Regards,
Ulrich
 

bengerno

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Hallo,

Nice pics! How old is your litoria caerulea, and what gender is it? Is it easy to keep?

Regards,
Ulrich
Hi Ulrich,

As I mentioned the pics were taken at the local Zoo's terrarium section. I don't know how old is it, they were all adult, wild caught animals ..as I know. :rolleyes:
 

P. Novak

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Wow that Litoria caerulea is freaking hilarious and gorgeous!! Are these easy to obtain!? Id love to have on in my collection! Great pics!!!!
 

bengerno

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Wow that Litoria caerulea is freaking hilarious and gorgeous!! Are these easy to obtain!? Id love to have on in my collection! Great pics!!!!
Buy some captive bred speciemens, and no problem! ;)
 

Canth

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They often go by White's treefrog or dumpy tree frog. That one has a bit of a weight problem. It happens easily though, so you have to watch their diet.
 

bengerno

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Very nice pictures. I like the second red eye one.


However, the first two are not Anolis sagrei, (brown anoles) they are Anolis equestris (knight anoles) Here is a link to pictures of both.

http://www.southalley.com/album_anoles2.html
Hi,


the ones in the photo look more like Anolis equestris to me.

all the best,
Martin
Hi,

Thanks for the emendation guys, yes they are knight anoles (Anolis equestris), I just mixed the latin names with the brown anoles. :cool:
 
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