What Do Red-Eyed Tree Frogs Eat?

Red-Eyed Tree Frogs

When adult, the various red-eyed tree frogs are insectivores. In captivity, all can be acclimated to feed on commercially available insects such as mealworms, crickets, wax worms, and flies. If for any reason such as during shipping your red-eyed tree frog has been deprived of food or water for a lengthy period, it may need … Read more

Interview with G.A. Miller
Interview with G.A. Miller

Mixing Tree Frogs – Can Different Species of Tree Frogs Live Together?

Tree Frog species

This family comprises all but a few species of the arboreal tree frogs of Africa, Madagascar, and the Seychelles Islands. In terms of species numbers, it is the largest family in East Africa, with over 70 known members; there will be many more if the Common Reed Frog (Hyperolius viridiflavis) ‘complex’ is split. Tree Frogs … Read more