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Posted by Convicts4Ever on April 29, 2003 at 18:13:37:
Does anyone keep Western Chorus Frogs(Pseudacris t. triseriata)? I went frog searching out in a ravine near my house on sunday. There was a large depression filled with water covering leaves on a bed of thick sticky mud 2 feet deep. The frogs were calling late the night before, and since I was leery about trecking through the depression at night, I thought I'd wait till morning. So, the next day I waded through it losing a pair of boots in the process and came upon a basketball sized mass of small frog eggs. I took only about 100 eggs, leaving the rest to be on their own, and left the water only to come across a 1 inch long frog on a leaf. I caught it and identified it as a Western Chorus Frog. So when the eggs become tads, I'm going to release most of them and raise a few into frogs!
Sorry about the long post! I need info on keeping Chorus frogs in captivity. BTW, the frog I caught is eating store bought crickets now with dusting powder.