Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis

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Pyllomedusa hypochondrialis.

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These are most likely hypochondrialis but could be tomopterna due to being bred in the same rain chamber, it is too early to tell. These frogs are great for the moderate hobbyist and are often kept similarly to red eyed tree frogs. The young eat readily, and grow quickly. They can be housed in groups of 3-4 per 18x18x24 Exo Terra. The frogs we sell are well started juveniles and sub adults, all of which are on a staple diet of crickets. We recommend dusting your feeders with Repashy Calcium Plus every feeding, and feeding 3-4 times a week, although you can feed less or more often depending on the needs of your pets.

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