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Posted by Colchicine on March 19, 2003 at 08:09:05:
In Reply to: Hyla versicolor posted by Chamsrcool on March 17, 2003 at 19:29:37:
It matters where you live, there are no federal laws against catching gray tree frogs.
"as in they would meet in the wild"
I would like you to provide some evidence for this claim. Not only does scientific literature not support this, but it also defies logic. I seriously doubt that an anole and a gray tree frog will live their entire lives within two feet of each other, which is what you'd be asking them to do we put them in a tank together. I have spent many many hours out in the field observing wild reptiles and amphibians. NEVER! Have I ever found a lizard and a tree frogs right next to each other. To make the claim that they would meet in the wild is absurd. They have everywhere else to go, and they certainly would not be climbing over top of each other and fighting for the same hide spots and water. Keep them separated if you want to keep them alive.