(Litoria caerulea) -
Gumby, Jens, Voigt and Tiny
Spotted Marsh Frogs
(Limnodynastes tasmaniensis) -
Fat-Guts, Psycho and Cecil
Southern Brown Tree Frogs
(Litoria ewingi) -
Colin, Craig and Wayne
Pobblebonk or Eastern Banjo Frog
(Limnodynastes dumerilii) -
Anonymous asked: Do frogs like affection? Or are they indifferent to you?
Mostly they just see people as things to climb and sometimes things that bring dinner. That being said, even amongst my frogs they have very different personalities. Gumby is the most outgoing and has shown the most interaction from the start, he knows how to tell me he wants to come out of the tank, he’s very good at walking onto my hand on cue now, and about once a week he enjoys a good rub on his ear flaps and tips his little head from side to side until I get just the right spot!
On the flip side, Jens wets himself if anyone comes within 100 metres of him. So I would say it depends on the animal and his much time you have to spend with them developing a bond!
Anonymous asked: I bought a green tree frog from a petstore today and he is brown/dark green, the picture tag of him was bright green? Is he just stressed or are some frogs normall this color?
Hello! Congratulations! 🐸
First I would make sure that you have all his conditions just right, temperature, heat, humidity etc, a good fact sheet that I use for my frogs is this one.
If he’s happy and healthy and his setup is fine then it might just be that he likes to be brown sometimes! Here are some photos of Gumby when he was little taken in just one day!