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White tree frog fungal infection?

sjreed

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Hi, I have 2 white tree frogs. They are around 2 years old. Both are very active, croaking, eating, all very consistent. Recently they have been getting white spots. I know spots are normal in white tree frogs, but i’m worried it could also be a fungal infection. The spots aren’t very visible when they are green, but very visible when brown. At some points, they seem to start to fade away, but then they come back. They have A LOT of spots, which is why I am worried. They sometimes look white, and other times look green. They seem flat, don’t look fuzzy. I’m not sure if it’s something else? Or if it’s completely normal. If I could get some help that would be great. Here are some photos of them last night (which is when the dots seem to come out), and then here’s a photo from this morning, they look completely normal. I feel like they could be ok, I just want another opinion. Thanks
 

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