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question about frogs?

Posted by hottielover14 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 25, 06 at 17:28

Hi, im planning on getting a tropical pitcher plant, but i also wanna get a red eyed tree frog in the future, could i have the plant w/ the frog tho?..


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RE: question about frogs?

If the opening of the tropical pitcher plant's pitchers are not so big that the frog could fall in them, I don't think it would be a problem. And red eyed tree frogs get more on the big side, so as long as you have a big enough tank and space, I don't see how the two of them wouldn't get along. You might have to give extra live bugs to the pitcher plant because the frog might eat most of the bugs you put in the tank.


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RE: question about frogs?

Just get a smaller, slow growing nepenthes. Most of them get too big for a terrarium. The frog should be fine.


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RE: question about frogs?

ok, if it does get to big i can just trim it tho...i found some neat ones that i think should work..thanx


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