You're probably correct, they are most likely Polypedates dennysi. They have been appearing more and more in the hobby, and are really the only "blue" species that I can think of. For photos check the Kingsnake classifieds. I don't have any that I can post.
I don't think they are very difficult captives, probably comparable to any other tree frog species. They would probably do fine in a temperate vivarium with normal temperatures. I think that the only catch with these guys might be that they are fragile when young, which is really true with any species. To look for more information broaden your search to any foam-nesting tree frog, but like I said, the care is pretty basic.
I just picked up one of these myself. A very nice frog indeed...
here is a shot of the temp set up. Mimic'd a green tree set up and that link up there as well... Just need to do some fine tuning with temperatures since its been cold here lately and the hubby is still crazy with the air cond.
@sde, hi everybody I'm getting a tiger salamander coming from Katy Texas what are the shipping conditions that's okay to have them shipped to me in the state of Vermont it's just starting to get the temperature low above 45 but it may be too hot to ship him any thoughts or ideas on how to work this out
I currently have a 3 year old axolotl, he hasn't been eating for the past couple of weeks and has lost a lot of weight. Hedwig usually eats bloodworms and earthworms just fine but now he won't even stud it. I've done a water change to make his nitrate lower and his water is at a good temperature
Hey guys I was wondering if my axolotl looks fine to you he/she (still don’t know) I’d activate and eating as usual but I did notice veins in the tail area.. let me know what you guys think! Also if anyone could tell if it’s a boy or girl that would be great! (Zolo was eating a worm and pretty sure the worm pooped XD)