Sticky Frogs

chikurinkun:

アマガエル初飼育

Japanese tree frog

Gumby would VERY MUCH like to come out for a play!

Gumby would VERY MUCH like to come out for a play!

King Voigt is again atop his throne!

King Voigt is again atop his throne!

Hello! 😀🐸
99.9% of the time I feed the frogs individually because they are not good at sharing. Mostly it’s Wayne. Here is what happens to Wayne after one night of “sharing”…..

libutron:

Green and Golden Bell Frog  (Golden Bell Frog, Green and Golden Swamp Frog, Green Frog)
Litoria aurea (Hylidae) is an Australian frog found along the south-east coast from East Gippsland in Victoria, north to approximately Byron Bay in north-east New South Wales. This frog has been introduced to New Caledonia and New Zealand.
The Green and Golden Bell Frog is a large dull olive to bright emerald-green frog reaching 85 mm in length. The dorsum (back) of this frog has large irregular blotches ranging from brown to rich golden-bronze and has a yellowish stripe running from behind the eye to the lower back. The hind toes of the frog are almost fully webbed but the fingers of the front feet lack webbing. The frog also has a distinct tympanum (ear membrane).
This species was formerly considered to be common throughout its range, however because of a population decline it is currently regarded as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.
Reference: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Daniel O’Brien
Locality: Sidney Olympic Park, Australia

libutron:

Green and Golden Bell Frog  (Golden Bell Frog, Green and Golden Swamp Frog, Green Frog)

Litoria aurea (Hylidae) is an Australian frog found along the south-east coast from East Gippsland in Victoria, north to approximately Byron Bay in north-east New South Wales. This frog has been introduced to New Caledonia and New Zealand.

The Green and Golden Bell Frog is a large dull olive to bright emerald-green frog reaching 85 mm in length. The dorsum (back) of this frog has large irregular blotches ranging from brown to rich golden-bronze and has a yellowish stripe running from behind the eye to the lower back. The hind toes of the frog are almost fully webbed but the fingers of the front feet lack webbing. The frog also has a distinct tympanum (ear membrane).

This species was formerly considered to be common throughout its range, however because of a population decline it is currently regarded as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.

Reference: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Daniel O’Brien

Locality: Sidney Olympic Park, Australia

Best friends Gumby and Voigt hanging out together planning naughtiness!(Shortly after this photo Voigt pooped then Gumby sat in it, made a big mess on himself, then protested and squawked when I removed him from his poop-party for a clean-up bath)

Best friends Gumby and Voigt hanging out together planning naughtiness!

(Shortly after this photo Voigt pooped then Gumby sat in it, made a big mess on himself, then protested and squawked when I removed him from his poop-party for a clean-up bath)
Jens is hiding in his favourite corner again!
Don’t worry if you can’t see him, he is very invisible!

Jens is hiding in his favourite corner again!
Don’t worry if you can’t see him, he is very invisible!

How to Wayne - by Wayne.

How to Wayne - by Wayne.

Voigt WANTS!

Voigt WANTS!

Tiny has his concentrating face on. Dinner is tricky!

Tiny has his concentrating face on. Dinner is tricky!

Bonk and Fat-Guts are ready for dinner.
Now is the time.

motherr-natures-finest:

Crinia signifera by Stephen Mahony on Flickr.
Via Flickr: A Common Eastern Froglet, calling whole heartedly from a small pond in my backyard on the NSW Central Coast.

motherr-natures-finest:

Crinia signifera by Stephen Mahony on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
A Common Eastern Froglet, calling whole heartedly from a small pond in my backyard on the NSW Central Coast.

(via frogs-are-awesome)

Gumby enjoys pulling silly faces while he’s shedding!

Voigt is wearing his glorious white stomach today!(He is also wearing some dinner on his nose…..)

Voigt is wearing his glorious white stomach today!

(He is also wearing some dinner on his nose…..)