John Clare, contributing writer for REPTILES Magazine talks about tomato frogs on the Pet Radio Show hosted by Robert Hudson. Clare is the founder of caudata.org, the longest running amphibian community on the Internet. He is also the founder of frogforum.net.
Tomato frogs (Dyscophus guineti) are small 2 to 4 inch frogs from Madagascar. They can be kept in a 10 gallon enclosure and are rather sedentary. They are voracious eaters in captivity and enjoy crickets two to three times a week.