In Reply to: Re: Red-eyes posted by markc on April 14, 2003 at 22:05:18:
I read it in the book, "Care and Breeding of POPULAR TREE FROGS" written by: Philippe de Vosjoli Robert Mailloux Drew Ready
All retf fans recommend this book, it's great!!
As you see on my pic. A good rule for most tree frogs is a frog-to-volume ratio of one animal per five gallons. Unless you have a large species such as a White's or White Lipped Tree Frog. Some Waxy Monkey Tree frogs get big also.
You can use even smaller then 20g vivaria for quarantine and for froglets.
Where did you read your frog-to-volume ratio information?