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am pickin up 2 frogs on friday, i have been told one is a tomto frog and the other a asian tree frog. They are both in the same tank, will i have to seperate them or can they stay together?

i have this pic of the tree frog but its not that clear will take sum on friday.


thanx sam :D
 

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They really should be separated IMO, (and most others). Both species are fab though and once their all set up properly for each species they'll be awesome fun!

The tomato frog is terrestrial so wont make use of any height in the viv, i believe 1 needs about 10-20gallons when full grown and if i remember rightly they like to burrow, so at least an area of peat/ecoearth would be good, obviously as well as hiding places.

The asian treefrogs are one of my fav species, they obviously need an enclosure taller than long with lots of climbing material and a suitable substrate. I think they also need a tank between 10 and 20 gallons.


Good luck and post some piccys when you get home!
 
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