Litoria caerulea, Litoria fallax, Litoria peronii, Litoria gracilenta, Limnodynastes peronii, all live here
He looks so handsome and earnest... I hope he found her! :)
What a cutie-pie.
And? Have you kissed him?I do not live near the black forest - we have to drive for 3-4 hours! I am from Hessen, an other part of Germany.
I wonder did he find his princess
Hi there, havent been to visit this site for a little while. I have enjoyed looking through what I have missed. Good to see you got a tank, and hope a lot more city people see the benefits. Nice to see the frogs out and about, although ours are still waiting for the rain to come out in force. I heard a L. fallax at our dam today, was thrilled to bits. I have only heard a couple around our place before, and had wondered if they had been introduced in potplants, and now I know different.
He's a beauty. I hope he found a little princess. I'll have to post photos of a couple of frogs I've seen this summer.
He looks wise beyond his size.. I have many portraits of the different frogs who come to my 'dining table' each night. I turn the back light on each night to draw an choices to the menu for the resident frogs. My favorite is the bright green Florida Tree Frog. I've enjoyed reading what you write.. the pictures are beautiful -- back to read more.
Oh, I love him (next after Mr Lifecruiser of course ;-).He's really handsome. Not quite the same as our frogs around here.
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