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Tree Frogs For Sale

Below are our various live tree frogs for sale online. These arboreal amphibians spend the vast majority of their life in trees and tall bushes, only coming to the ground to mate and lay eggs. They range in size from less than one inch, to mammoth species from around the globe, and many can change colors too. When you buy a tree frog from us, you are guaranteed it will arrive on your doorstep alive and in great condition.

White's Tree Frog
Litoria caerulea
Australian Green, Blue-Eyed, Snowflake, and Blue Eyed Snowflake morphs available!
The best pet frog in the world!
$24.99

Red Eye Tree Frog
Agalychnis callidryas
$39.99 SALE!

Amazon Milk Frog
Trachycephalus resinifictrix
Captive-bred
$49.99

Waxy Monkey Tree Frog
Phyllomedusa sauvagii / bicolor
$149.99

Green Tree Frog
Hyla cinerea
$14. 99

Australian (Blue Phase) White's Tree Frog
Litoria caerulea
Captive-bred
$39.99

Big Eye Tree Frog
Leptopelis vermiculatus
$14.99

Cuban Tree Frog
Osteopilus septentrionalis
$9.99

Spring Peeper
Pseudacris crucifer
$12.99

Haitian Giant Tree Frog
Hyla vasta
$29.99

Gray Tree Frog
Hyla versicolor
$19.99

White Lipped Tree Frog
Litoria infrafrenata
$19.99

Barking Tree Frog
Hyla gratiosa
Their croak sounds like a dog!
$14.99

Clown Tree Frog
Dendropsophus ebracta
Previously: Hyla leucophyllata
$39.99 SALE!

Mossy Tree Frog
Theloderma corticale
Captive bred
Incredible appearance
$149.99

Squirrel Tree Frog
Hyla squirella
$9.99

Marbled Tree Frog
Hyla marmorata
Also called the "Bird Poop" frog
$39. 99

Golden Tree Frog
Polypedates leucomystax
$9.99

Tiger Leg Tree Frog
Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis
$49.99

Borneo Eared Tree Frog
Polypedates otilophus
$74.99

Sierran Tree Frog
Pseudacris sierra
$11.99

Glass Tree Frog
Hyla sp.
Transparent belly skin
$39.99

Emerald Eye Tree Frog
Hyla crepitans
$34.99

African Reed Frog
Hyperolius sp.
$39.99

Rubber Banded Frog
Phrynomantis bifasciatus
$14.99

Blue Toed Tree Frog
Hypsiboas heilprini
$34.99

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We offer exotic reptiles for sale online at absolute rock-bottom prices, which means we make these fascinating animals available to you affordably as pets, or even to start your own reptile breeding project. We are reptile enthusiasts who believe captive breeding is integral to the future of the market, as it not only helps protect wild herp populations, but is an incredibly rewarding experience that tends to intensify one's passion for these amazing prehistoric creatures. Whether you buy a snake, lizard, turtle, tortoise, or alligator, we are driven to provide the highest quality live reptiles for sale.

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Amphibians are generally slower-moving than reptiles, and have uniquely moist skin which means they are never far from a source of water. Their life cycle is nothing short of incredible: they hatch in water, spend weeks or months in metamorphosis, then become either terrestrial or remain primarily water bound. Some salamanders even breathe through their skin! Our live amphibians for sale online include frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts. Some are huge, some are small, and virtually all are amazing to observe in captivity. When you buy amphibians from us, you can rest assured they are fully guaranteed to arrive alive and in great condition. Why not start an amphibian breeding project today?

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Reptile and amphibian food should be varied, which is why we offer an array of feeder insects for sale. It's always far more cost effective to buy feeder insects in bulk, which often saves up to 70% off pet store prices. Plus, the feeders are delivered right to your doorstep. We offer live crickets for sale, as well as dubia roaches, mealworms, wax worms, nightcrawlers, and now even lizards, all at the lowest possible prices. Our reptile and amphibian feeder insects and lizards include a guarantee of live arrival.

Green Tree Frog for Sale

Green Tree Frog for Sale

My green tree frogs are thriving in the tropical tank I have set up for them. I wanted to thank you for such beautiful creatures!

Sarah Winchester

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Green Tree Frog
Hyla cinerea

We have striking Green Tree frogs for sale at affordable prices. This North American species is a popular amphibian pet. When you buy a frog from us, you automatically receive our 100% live arrival guarantee.

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Sexing Your Green Tree Frog
Please feel free to request a male or female frog (or any combination thereof) when you order our medium and adult sized amphibians, but please be aware that we cannot guarantee the sex. However, we can guarantee that someone very experienced with amphibians will attempt to select the specific frog(s) you are requesting.

Shipping Your Green Tree Frog
We charge a flat $44.99 for overnight delivery to your doorstep, regardless of the number of reptiles, amphibians, or inverts you buy. Please read our shipping information page before ordering. Sorry, we do not ship internationally (U.S. only). Our delivery schedule can be found below:

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  • Why buy reptiles?

    We offer exotic reptiles for sale online at absolute rock-bottom prices, which means we make these fascinating animals available to you affordably as pets, or even to start your own reptile breeding project. We are reptile enthusiasts who believe captive breeding is integral to the future of the market, as it not only helps protect wild herp populations, but is an incredibly rewarding experience that tends to intensify one's passion for these amazing prehistoric creatures. Whether you buy a snake, lizard, turtle, tortoise, or alligator, we are driven to provide the highest quality live reptiles for sale.

  • Why buy amphibians?

    Amphibians are generally slower-moving, and have uniquely moist skin which means they are never far from a source of water. Their life cycle is nothing short of incredible: they hatch in water, spend weeks or months in metamorphosis, then become either terrestrial or remain primarily water bound. Some salamanders even breathe through their skin! Our live amphibians for sale online include frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts. Some are huge, some are small, and virtually all are amazing to observe in captivity. When you buy amphibians from us, you can rest assured they are fully guaranteed to arrive alive and in great condition. Why not start an amphibian breeding project today?

  • Why buy feeder insects?

    Reptile and amphibian food should be varied, which is why we offer an array of feeder insects for sale. It's always far more cost effective to buy feeder insects in bulk, which often saves up to 70% off pet store prices. Plus, the feeders are delivered right to your doorstep. We offer live crickets for sale, as well as mealworms, wax worms, nightcrawlers, and now even lizards, all at the lowest possible prices. Our reptile and amphibian feeder insects and lizards include a guarantee of live arrival.

Why buy our reptiles?

We offer exotic reptiles for sale online at absolute rock-bottom prices, which means we make these fascinating animals available to you affordably as pets, or even to start your own reptile breeding project. We are reptile enthusiasts who believe captive breeding is integral to the future of the market, as it not only helps protect wild herp populations, but is an incredibly rewarding experience that tends to intensify one's passion for these amazing prehistoric creatures. Whether you buy a snake, lizard, turtle, tortoise, or alligator, we are driven to provide the highest quality live reptiles for sale.

Why buy our amphibians?

Amphibians are generally slower-moving than reptiles, and have uniquely moist skin which means they are never far from a source of water. Their life cycle is nothing short of incredible: they hatch in water, spend weeks or months in metamorphosis, then become either terrestrial or remain primarily water bound. Some salamanders even breathe through their skin! Our live amphibians for sale online include frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts. Some are huge, some are small, and virtually all are amazing to observe in captivity. When you buy amphibians from us, you can rest assured they are fully guaranteed to arrive alive and in great condition. Why not start an amphibian breeding project today?

Why buy our reptile feeders?

Reptile and amphibian food should be varied, which is why we offer an array of feeder insects for sale. It's always far more cost effective to buy feeder insects in bulk, which often saves up to 70% off pet store prices. Plus, the feeders are delivered right to your doorstep. We offer live crickets for sale, as well as dubia roaches, mealworms, wax worms, nightcrawlers, and now even lizards, all at the lowest possible prices. Our reptile and amphibian feeder insects and lizards include a guarantee of live arrival.

Tree frog. Life and habitat of wood frog

1. The appearance of a wood frog

2. Hailing wood frog

3. The lifestyle of a wood frog

4. Foods of wood frog

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Many of us dislike amphibians - snakes, toads, frogs. But among them there are very nice, bright, extraordinary creatures. However, just they, usually, are really dangerous. Among them, a well-known representative of the amphibian family - tree frog , or, simply, tree frog.

Tree frog appearance

Tree frogs belong to the family of anurans, and include more than 800 tree frog species. The main difference between these frogs and the rest is the presence of special suction cups on their paws, thanks to which they are able to move vertically.

These suction cups on the fingers are equipped with additional muscles that relax them and allow them to cling more tightly to the substrate. In addition to such Velcro, there are also sticky areas on the skin of the abdomen and throat.

The second difference between tree frogs is that many species are brightly colored, this can be seen in the photo. Outrageous neon green, bright yellow, green-orange, red colors highlight this amphibian, warning those who want to dine with it that this dinner will be the last not only in the life of a frog, because they are usually very poisonous.

Tree frogs are most often brightly colored

But there are also less visible species - gray or brown, for example, American tree frog . And the squirrel tree frog can even change color, adjusting to the world around it.

The size of these amphibians depends on the species, and the largest of them are only up to 14 cm long. On average, their size is only 2-4 cm, and pygmy tree frogs are generally a little more than a centimeter.

This is not surprising, because thin branches and leaves of trees cannot withstand the heavy weight of the climbing frog. Males are smaller than females, but they have a leather bag under their neck, which they can inflate beautifully and make sounds to them.

Tree frogs' eyes usually protrude from their heads, providing binocular vision. Pupils are most often located vertically. The tongue is long and sticky, very handy for hunting insects.

Separately, it is worth mentioning the poisonousness of the tree frog - not everything is so scary for a person. Some even just disguise themselves as dangerous. To get poisoned, you need to allow the poison to enter the body.

Touching with hands can be unpleasant and painful, but not fatal. It is believed that poisonousness is not an innate quality of a frog. Studies have shown that the poison is adsorbed from insects, which are contained in minimal doses.

Tree frog habitat

Tree frogs live in the temperate climate zone of Europe and Asia. The Netherlands, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine - this is their habitat. In our country they live in the central part.

Pictured are American tree frogs

Many species live in Korea and China, Tunisia, the Japanese Islands and Northwest Africa. North and South America, Turkey, Australia, the Caribbean islands are also the home of these amphibians.

Over time, they settled in New Caledonia, New Zealand. The red tree frog has been found in the jungles of Panama and Costa Rica. Simply put, these amphibians live everywhere except Antarctica.

Tree frogs like to settle in humid tropical, mixed forests. The banks of reservoirs, swamps, large wet ravines are also suitable for them. They live both in trees and in the forest floor, and some species in lakes and ponds. This species of amphibians chooses hot and humid thickets for life, where there are a lot of insects.

Tree frog lifestyle

Tree frogs are both diurnal and nocturnal. Frogs are cold-blooded, and their body temperature depends on the environment. Therefore, they are not afraid of either cold or heat.

Tree frog with swollen throat pouch

When the air temperature becomes critically low, these amphibians fall into suspended animation by burrowing into the ground. Tree frogs also live in the hot desert, and can go without water for many years. No wonder these creatures survived for 200 million years.

The toxic mucus that forms on the skin of these frogs protects them from viruses and bacteria. And also, secretions are formed on the skin at times of danger. As usual, poisonous creatures can be both useful and healing.

Thus, tree frog fat is used to prepare drugs against diabetes mellitus, hypertension, blood clots, to increase immunity and much more. Even in medicine, oil from the caviar of a tree frog is used. Based on it, drugs are made to treat stroke and increase libido.

Tree frog diet

Baby tree frog tadpoles eat plant foods. Adults are insectivorous. Any bugs and spiders living in this ecosystem are suitable as food.

Frogs eat butterflies, ants, flies, caterpillars, beetles, grasshoppers. They use a long and sticky tongue to catch prey. There are also cannibals in the family - golden tree frog , instead of insects, it eats its own kind.

Beautiful and unusual representatives of amphibians are also kept in home aquariums, where live insects such as worms, ground beetles, crickets and other small invertebrates are fed with tweezers.

Remains of food should be periodically removed from the terrarium, clean water should be put in the drinking bowl and for bathing, and mucus harmful to frogs should be removed from the walls.

Reproduction and longevity

Males use their secret weapon to attract females - songs with their throat pouch. Different species sing differently, so only the “necessary” brides react.

As for behavior during the mating season, it is also different for different species. Representatives living in trees descend to the ground, where they call for a female. Most often, direct mating occurs in the water.

The female tree frog lays eggs in the water, and the male fertilizes them. There are species that mate on the ground, and the eggs are hidden in twisted leaves or even worn on themselves until the tadpoles hatch.

There are about 2 thousand and more eggs in one clutch. They ripen in completely different ways in different species. There is “early” caviar, it turns into larvae after a couple of days, and there is one that needs two weeks to mature.

Pictured is a red-eyed tree frog

The larvae gradually turn into adult frogs, and this happens within 50-100 days. They become sexually mature only at 2-3 years of age. Different species live for different amounts of time. There are those who do not live longer than three years, and some live 5-9 years. In captivity, some individuals live up to 20 years.

Scientists have found out why poisonous frogs do not kill themselves

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Scientists have found out why poisonous frogs do not kill themselves

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MOSCOW, Sep 5 - RIA Novosti. South American poison dart frogs, the most venomous amphibian creatures on Earth, don't kill themselves with poison because of just one "typo" in a protein that is affected by their "weapon of mass destruction", according to an article published in PNAS magazine.

"The skin of a typical Phyllobates terribilis frog contains about a milligram of this toxin, which would be enough to kill over 20 thousand mice. The frogs themselves do not die from this substance and do not react to it, and the mechanism of their defense against poison remained a mystery to us," says Sho-Ya Wang of the State University of New York at Albany (USA).

May 20, 2013, 14:03

Scientists: frogs mate with the first male when there is a shortage of suitorsTropical poison dart frogs do not try to choose the "best" suitor by his song, which indicates the high flexibility of the "programs" of reproduction in vertebrates.

Phyllobates dart frogs are among the most poisonous creatures on Earth. Their skin contains large amounts of batrachotoxin, an extremely dangerous nerve agent. This substance is so toxic that one touch of a frog can kill a person in less than 10 minutes. Interestingly, this poison is produced not by the frogs themselves, but by the insects they feed on, and therefore, at home, poison dart frogs quickly lose their toxicity.

The Colombian Indians, who have been using frog venom to lubricate their arrows for centuries, have long noticed that the poison dart frogs themselves are immune to poison - accidental cuts and wounds that lead to the ingestion of batrachotoxin into their body do not affect its vital activity in any doses. Scientists have long been interested in how this invulnerability works, and are trying to find mutations in the genes that are affected by poison dart frogs.

September 13, 2016, 11:28

Russian scientists create analgesics based on the venom of the "killer mollusk" bases for fast-acting painkillers.

Wang and his colleagues solved this mystery by studying and comparing the structure of proteins that control the so-called "sodium channels" in the nerve and muscle cells of the frogs themselves and several other animal species. These proteins, involved in the pumping of sodium ions into the cell, play a key role in the transmission of electrical impulses in the nervous system and muscles of animals, and their blockage leads to instant paralysis.

Comparing the DNA of two dozen species of frogs, mice and rats, scientists were able to identify five mutations that consistently distinguish poisonous amphibians from their harmless relatives and mammals.

In an attempt to understand which of these mutations were responsible for making frogs "immune" to their own poison, the scientists inserted them into the DNA of rat muscle cells and observed how they reacted to batrachotoxin molecules.

As it turned out, just one mutation, named N1584T, was enough to make rodent cells almost immune to the effects of frog venom. The remaining four mutations only increased its effect and did not in themselves protect the muscles from the onset of paralysis.

March 31, 2017, 4:20 pm

Scientists have discovered a fish that repels predators with "heroin" the skin of these amphibians contains about 50 micrograms of venom. Scientists believe their DNA may contain other mutations that protect these frogs from large doses of the toxin.

According to Wang, understanding the mechanism of batrachotoxin and how frogs protect themselves from it can help chemists and biologists create an antidote to this substance and find analogues that block the sodium channels not permanently, but only temporarily.


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