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My Big-Eyed Tree Frogs
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My Adult Group of Leptopelis flavomaculatus

These tree frogs are very odd, in that they climb as well as burrow nto the substrate. All members of the genus Leptopelis, make burrows in the side of slanted substrate and lay their eggs in the hole, where they await heavy rains to wash them down to a water resevoir. My big-eyed tree frogs burrow often but come out at night and climb around, hunt, and call. I got my big-eyed tree frogs from:
Santa Fe Pets: 2.1.1 (Wild Caught)
I will be setting them up in another tank soon and hopefully cna get thme to lay some eggs for me.

Thier call resembles the honking of a peacock.
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