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Old 08-16-2017, 01:19 AM
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Default Re: Santa Isabel female calling

I tried to post this in another thread but the site would not allow me to post...

Here is the thread:

I am planning on getting a 2.2.0 of E. anthonyi from a breeder at the next fall NARBC as my first set of dart frogs. I am a biology major in college and am currently living with my family still so I still have to take them into consideration. That being said I have read threads saying that E. anthonyi are SUPER loud. Since they would be going in my room I was wondering if you guys could give me advice as to if that is a good idea or I should look into getting a different species (Auratus or even Leucs). I have personally heard their calls at zoos and aquariums but it could have been dampened. I keep all my herps in my room so I'm use to dumpy tree frogs calling and crickets. How do SIs compare to that?

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