|6th June 2005||#3 (permalink)|
In the US the green frog is a species unto itself.
I think if you followed regular care for frogs in general you would be fine. Frogs like to spend most of their time in the water. Feed with aphids or springtails (if the frog is small) or small worms, crickets if larger.
|17th August 2006||#5 (permalink)|
Assuming he means Green frog Rana clamitans.
No experience but I'm not sure if they'd be good pets. You'd probably want a sizeable aquaterrarium for them. Any info on leopard frogs or bullfrogs could be adapted to fit these guys.
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