Here is one of the first pictures of the tadpoles, and here is another about 8 days later.
We had one fully developed frog get out of the Barbie pool and apparently start drying out on the porch. He was still moving a little so I threw back in the pool to clean the porch dust off him and he did not make it. The tadpoles went cannibal and made a meal out of the little guy. I remember a friend telling me of the same problem when he had Dart frogs. I never pursued breeding them, but they are gorgeous animals to keep. It is difficult to raise the young of certain types because they actually eat an unfertilized egg that the mom lays periodically for them. She will also carry them on her back to get to different pools during their development.
The girls found 4 of the frogs in this jar near the pool. I guess they made it this far, and being tree frogs it was easy to climb.
So far I think we have some Cubans in the mix, and the smaller black ones may be toads. There is still another that I am not certain of.
Forty years old and still in awe of the outdoors.