White's tree frogs are quite sedentary and docile, and can become fairly tame and tolerate handling. Remember however that amphibians have very sensitive skin and absorb chemicals through their skin, so extreme care is needed when handling (wash hand thoroughly with warm water and rinse well - natural oils and salts found on human skin can be damaging, as can any soap or lotion residue).

The Red-eyed tree frog is very calm and nocturnal.  It has bright markings along the sides and on the limbs function to reduce predation. Most of the predators that prey on Agalychnis callidryas often rely on their vision. When the frog moves to avoid the predator the bright colorations come into view. Because the predator is so locked onto it's target, when these bright colors flash into view (hence their name, flash colors) they throw off the predator. This is achieved by leaving a ghost image in the visual field of where the frog was originally. This confuses the predator and gives the frog time to hide. In other cases, these bright colors often startle the predator and throws them completely off. These flash colors are often well hidden and are only shown when the animal is moving.

African dwarf frog can be very active, but known to "space out" for long periods of time.  Completly aquatic.

The African clawed frog is very active and aggressive.  Completely aquatic, though they are able to jump well and have a tendency to escape open enclosures.