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This is a discussion on frogs??? within the Orchid Ailments / The Compost Pile forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Great pic. Looks like a harmless tree frog. I don't know the species, however. I'd ...

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    Great pic. Looks like a harmless tree frog. I don't know the species, however. I'd welcome them if they wanted to hang out in my orchids, but mine stay indoors year around. I had a green one living in my rosemary shrub last summer, however!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mde
    Great pic. Looks like a harmless tree frog. I don't know the species, however. I'd welcome them if they wanted to hang out in my orchids, but mine stay indoors year around. I had a green one living in my rosemary shrub last summer, however!
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    isn't he the cutest!? and i just planted some rosemary seeds in pots this weekend...i bet as soon as those come up, he'll be telling all his friends! i'll grab more pics if i can!

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    I agree with MDE that is a frog not a toad.

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    That's a tree frog & I have lots of them. They're harmless to orchids, but like to lay their eggs in my hydro rocks. They also chirp in the morning & evening, very relaxing

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    What a cute tree frog !! Notice the suction cup toes ??? Lucky you to have those...I get birds that pull the medium out of the pots !

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