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Pacific Tree Frog

Hyla Regilla

 

 

 

 

 

Temperature

Room Temperature

Humidity

Low humidity.  Mist once daily.

Cage Setup

Half water/half land.  1-2 inches of water with rocks and plants.  Branches should be made available

Characteristics

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Geographic Location:

It can be found from Southwestern Canada to California, and throughout the US.

Appearance:

Pacific tree frogs can be brown, gray, and green. And like many other species they can vary their color to their environment.  Adults are about 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches long. Males have a darker throat, yellow to dark brown in color., due to the puffing when calling.  This species has a large head with a rounded mouth and large eyes.

Lifespan:

Unknown

Housing:

Half-and-Half setup (Half land and half water).

Feeding:

Eats crickets.

 

Notes:

Despite it's name, the Pacific Tree Frog spends the majority of it's time living on the ground.  Though they can easily make it into the trees if needed.

 

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