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    Thread: bull frogs and tadpoles

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      bull frogs and tadpoles

      I am looking for a home for some tadpoles and a couple of bullfrogs. I am not sure I can find the bullfrogs right now in the cold but pm me and we can setup a time to meet once I catch them before they breed again in my pond. I am replacing them with leopard and California tree frogs that I don't want to be food for the bullfrogs. I need to get them out before spring and more eggs. Each one is about 6-8 inches I guess, about the largest I have seen in ponds. Thank you Edward

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      Cool, question, where are you getting your tree frogs from?
      I have been thinking of doing the same.

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      +1where?
      I would like to order some for my ponds

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      tried Florida tree frogs, dont order them unless you want leopards or bullfrogs, their tree frogs cant make it here normally, too cold, I have some California tree frogs that were at a friends seasonal creek that was drying out after the rains. If it floods there again I will catch more when the ponds are drying out, I don't like to take them prior to that. P M your numbers, they need a lot of shade and NO BULLFROGS in their pond or they end up food-Edward

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      Awesome PM'ed

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