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FAQEtsyAustralian Green Tree Frogs(Litoria caerulea) - Gumby, Jens, Voigt and Tiny Pobblebonk or Eastern Banjo Frogs(Limnodynastes dumerilii) - Bonk and BarryPeron's Tree Frog(Litoria peroni) - WandaBlue Mountains Tree Frog(Litoria citropa) - PantsSpotted Marsh Frog(Limnodynastes tasmaniensis) - Psycho
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stickyfrogs · 4 days ago
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Why are you offering Voigt a cricket when there is Delicious Pinky Finger??

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stickyfrogs · 4 days ago
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A Very Smiley Gumby is has come to the front of the tank with her Glossy Moss Green Onesie and her Nostrils of Happiness!

She has received a Treatie of Good Behaviour!

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stickyfrogs · 4 days ago
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Today’s Pobblebonk Pile has gone well!

Bonk is pleased! Bruce is Top Frog! Barry is Squashed.

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stickyfrogs · 21 days ago
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toadschooled:

Gaze into the molten gold eyes of Rhinella ruizi, a species of true toad endemic to the tallest branch of the Colombian Andes. This high-altitude species rarely exceeds 2 inches in length, and is believed to hatch via direct development, with offspring skipping the tadpole stage to instead emerge as tiny versions of adults. Images by Khristian Venegas Valencia.

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stickyfrogs · 27 days ago
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Today a Very Courageous Gentleman put on his Shiniest-Iguana-Green-Jacket to make a special request for a treatie because he is hungry! (Request granted!)

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stickyfrogs · 27 days ago
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Tricky decisions with Gumby - which direction to Misbehave!

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stickyfrogs · 27 days ago
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There is a Very Tall Tiny on the ledge tonight!

(Talling-Coach Gumby is most proud!)

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stickyfrogs · 45 days ago
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toadschooled:

Did you know that the French word for toad is ‘le crapaud’? Seems a bit rude. I only mention this so that if you’re ever in Marsellie, France, like this spiny toad [Bufo spinosus], you can ask the locals “Où sont les crapauds?“, which means “Where are the toads?” Maybe you’ll get to meet this lovely lady yourself. Images by Martin Galli.

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stickyfrogs · 52 days ago
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Today Bonk has been First!

Barry is working through his Feelings About That.

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stickyfrogs · 52 days ago
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Voigt is putting on a New Jacket!

Tiny is Helping with his Tongue-of-Assistance!

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stickyfrogs · 52 days ago
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Two Very-Well-Mannered Friend-Shaped Green Spheres are on the Vine to let you know that Food Is Required Urgently!

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stickyfrogs · 69 days ago
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myfrogcroaked:

Because a good #RoundFrog makes everyone happy, may I offer you this one? This is Scaphiophryne boribory from Madagascar and the word boribory is a Malagasy word meaning “rounded.” Such fancy pants and check out those toes!

Source: @myfrogcroaked

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stickyfrogs · 73 days ago
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Tiny has been visited by the Stealing Sisters!

(Gumby distracts while Voigt steals)

Tiny gobbles his second Treatie to protect from any more Stealing!

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stickyfrogs · 73 days ago
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Today’s Secret Pobblebonk Hideout is Under The Vine!

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stickyfrogs · 74 days ago
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This week’s Family Photo has been Voigted by Voigt!

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stickyfrogs · 93 days ago
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Spadefoot toad eggs and tadpoles in mud puddles.  Cochise County, Arizona, July 22-25, 2020.

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stickyfrogs · 100 days ago
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Roofing Expert and Escape Technician Tiny has been hard at work tonight!

Unfortunately he has been thwarted by the Hand once again!

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stickyfrogs · 100 days ago
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Gumby has captured A Thumb today!

She will save her Tasty Snack for later!

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stickyfrogs · 100 days ago
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Bruce Does Not Like the Hand-Taxi!

He will ANGRY PUFF about that!

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stickyfrogs · 117 days ago
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toadschooled:

Here we see two Atukorale’s dwarf toads [also known as Yala toads, Duttaphrynus atukoralei], spotted by photographer Milivoje Krvavac in the Hiyare Forest Reserve in Sri Lanka. These toads are commonly found in evergreen tropical forests, and are named after Mr. Vicky Atukorale, a Sri Lankan naturalist who studied them.

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