I have a White's Tree Frog and he stopped eatting. He has not ate in over two weeks, I took him out and held him to try and get him to eat. No luck, but he was moving around. What should I do? I have been feeding him meal worms and he has a basking lamp.
I have a White's Tree Frog and he stopped eatting. He has not ate in over two weeks, I took ... was moving around. What should I do? I have been feeding him meal worms and he has a basking lamp.

Whats the temp and humidity level? Changed anything lately in or around his enclosure?

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Zophobas (superworms) or actual little meal worms (Tenebrio)? Neither is very good as a sole source of diet.. but the little mealworms have a REALLY bad Chiten (hard outer shell) to "food" level and can cause impaction problems. Undusted (vitamins and calcium with D3) they would make a terrible food source.
Depending on size he should be eating crickets and if large enough, superworms as a treat. How large is he? WC or CB?
At this stage you might try the treefrog forum at kingsnake.com. You can force feed him... but if he's impacted or parasite ridden then it won't help
I'd also go to www.arav.com and find a good vet.
If not.. you will lose him.