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Agile, quick Spring Peeper metamorphs!

This is a discussion on Agile, quick Spring Peeper metamorphs! within the Tree Frogs forums, part of the Anura: Frogs & Toads category; Spring Peepers are in the Hylidae, which is the treefrog family... so I guess this goes here. When I was ...

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Default Agile, quick Spring Peeper metamorphs!

Spring Peepers are in the Hylidae, which is the treefrog family... so I guess this goes here.

When I was at a pond yesterday, I hit it just right and found new Spring Peeper metamorphs right at the edge.

Does anyone keep Spring Peepers? They tend to be quick and agile, capable of long leaps. Typically when I keep metamorphs, they are in a Tupperware at an angle with holes in its cover. I open it to put in fruitflies, but the peepers tend to get out really fast! Any suggestions? Maybe this is stupid question.



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