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Flying tree frogs live in the forests and tropical rainforests in parts of Asia, Africa, Central America and South America. Their diet mainly includes insects and small invertebrates.
A tiny frog appeared in my kitchen sink, dishwasher or the tracks of my sliding glass door.
During the summer I was thinking they were trying to escape the heat, but in the winter? I capture them and put them back outside, but they boomerang back a few weeks later. I know there is more than one because I found a deceased one in the house and then more visitors arrived.
Other than finding the teeny tiny hole they must be coming in through, what can I do to deter them? They are common in backyards, but not inside homes, so I suspect you have a bigger problem than you realize.
The frogs probably came into your house to escape the heat in the summer and the cold in the winter, but because they appeared in the kitchen, that would indicate they are living under your house and came up through holes around the pipes.
You should get someone to inspect beneath your home for moisture and damage.
You might have a water leak that is creating an ideal frog habitat beneath your home, and which can lead to a lot more serious issues than frogs in the dishwasher. Officials at the East Bay Regional Parks District have issued a warning and a reminder about wild mushrooms.
The Bay Area is home to two dangerous mushrooms — the death cap Amanita phalloides and the Western destroying angel Amanita ocreata. There also are several types of mushrooms that can contain dangerous levels of amatoxins, including the Galerina and Lepiota species.
We start seeing all sorts of mushrooms and totools popping up right after the first winter rains. Even those nontoxic in humans can sicken dogs.
If you suspect your pet has eaten a poisonous mushroom, get it to the vet immediately. Both the death cap and Western destroying angel commonly are found around oak trees, but might also show up around other hardwood trees.
It is not native to North America and was accidentally introduced to this country on the roots of imported European cork oaks. The Western destroying angel is a California native and usually is found from late winter into spring.
It is described as having a creamy white cap, white gills, a white ring around the stem that disappears with age and a thin white sac at its base. Things To Do Pets and Animals. Are tiny frogs in the kitchen a of worse things to come?
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