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Whites tree frog MOULTING!!!! (pics)
I came home from shopping and went to put in my frogs new thermometer and hygrometer and one of them was in the final stage of molting!! (they pull of the whole skin with theyr mouth and swallow it)
WoW That's pretty cool. Thanks for sharing. Great pics.Coastal"Arrow" In Luving Memory..I Miss You More Than Words Can Say..U are With Me Always..
i totally freaked out when i saw my frog do that, first he rubbed his face in his freshly changed waterbowl, then he started MELTING!!!!
great pics, if only id seen that before mine gave me a heart attack!!Some people are like slinkys, not really good fro anything, but still bring a smile to ur face when u push them down a flight of stairs,....
- 27-Jun-12, 05:05 PM #4
grossMost everyone's mad here.........You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself....
That mullet is almost as epic as that snake!
- 27-Jun-12, 05:10 PM #5
Looks like your average green tree frog to me. Do you have a pic of it when it's not moulting (to show the white lip)?
- 27-Jun-12, 05:53 PM #8
thats something you dont see everyday!!!3 x childreni, 1 x spotted, 1 x Georgetown Stimsoni, 1 x Murray Darling, 1 x Central Beardie and from the 5/5/13 2 Shingleback babies I'm here to help, not judge..like others enjoy doing MAD MINI WOMAN! Hot bricks ROCK!
- 27-Jun-12, 06:11 PM #9
Cute froggies! White's Tree Frog is just another name for the Green Tree Frog named after John White who first described the species. Same species (Litoria Caerulea).http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Dp78Kh94x4
- 27-Jun-12, 06:26 PM #11
In Australia the common name is green tree frog for Litoria caerulea. The name white's or dumpy tree frog are both American names for L. caerulea. Last time I checked Australia is yet to be part of the USA so the name Green Tree Frog is correct.
- 27-Jun-12, 07:06 PM #12
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I didn't even know they shed. When I read the title I was like, hmm never seen a frog's old skin laying around. I've learned something new, thanks!
Ah, I just mis-read the title.
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