Clark is the larger of my two grey tree frogs. He's about 3/4" long now and is almost completely changed into his adult coloring. He can still change from light green to grey to brown to dark green.
Another picture of Clark
Lewis is about 1/2" and doesn't have all the variegation in his color yet that makes him blend in better.
Boyfriend brought home two poison dart frogs from the show last weekend, who are now living with me because I have all the food at my house. They are about 3/4" long and will probably almost double in size when they get full grown. As they are the same colors as the Steelers, and boyfriend is a diehard Steelers fan, they are named after football players. One is Troy, and the other one is Hines, but I'm not sure which is which.
The other dart frog. These guys are very acrobatic and like to hop around a lot. They are hilarious to watch hunt fruit flies.
The temporary homes of Lewis, Clark, and Leo. Lewis and Clark live in the fishbowl on the left and Leo lives in the pitcher on the right. Currently there are three vivariums (a terrarium with living things in it) in the works at boyfriend's house. They will be done in a month or so.
The whole set-up. On the bottom shelf are fruit fly cultures on the left along with feeding utensils, and on the right is the night-time home of boyfriend's frogs. They come out during the daytime. On the floor are the vitamins to dust the fruit flies with. Up top is a light for the daytime.