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Whites Tree Frog Care Sheet

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These Tree Frogs have plump bodies, and a wide, grinning face. They are larger than most Australian tree frogs.
Natural Location: Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand, USA
Average Lifespan: 10 to 15 Years
Estimated Size: 4" to 5"
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Feeding & Water

Feed your juvenile White's Tree Frog every day, providing a wide variety of gut-loaded feeder insects, such as crickets, mealworms, waxworms (limit these, as they are very fatty), butterworms and earthworms. Dust the insects with a multi-vitamin supplement. Adults need to be fed every 2 to 3 days, but multiple insects at a time. Supply a water dish, making sure to change the water and clean the dish every day.


Temperature, Lighting & Humidity

Provide a daytime temperature from 75 degrees F to 85 degrees F. At night, let the temperature drop down to 67 - 70 degrees F. Your Whites Tree Frog will also need a basking spot, reaching inbetween 95 - 100 degrees F. Keep the humidity between 60% - 75%. For best lighting, use an incandescent bulb and a flourescent. Getting a full spectrum bulb isn't as important as it is with lizards, but it is recommended.



A 20 gallon glass aquarium is the best choice for a single White's Tree Frog. You will want to provide a lot of cover; fake plants, bark, coverings, branches, etc. Use damp potting soil, peat moss or other like material for the substrate.


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