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Old 05-14-2014, 06:33 PM
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Default Isla Colon Morph questions

I was reading through "The Complete Oophaga Pumilio" book and was reading about the populations of frogs in Isla Colon. The authors say that genetically all the frogs on the island are identical and that the idea of keeping the current morphs we have in the hobby serves no purpose other than marketing. If that is the case, which I do not doubt then why do we still keep the old line or nominant morphs separate from the "Del Drago" morphs instead of advocating they could be mixed. I'll admit, I am not informed enough to make any assumption on this topic but I would like to hear what you all have to say. For those of you with the book, it's on page 51, 2nd paragraph.
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