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Old 07-15-2019, 09:13 PM
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Default Re: Lets talk orange vs black foot terribilis

Originally Posted by Jurgenvdd View Post
The blue is also a selection in the mints.
More Blue/green, more yellow and complete white.
I now have 6 colours.(mint,orange,yellow,yellow Blackfoot,orange Blackfoot and Black) It is possible that I the future I will make 3 groups of mint to have a the 3 colours
But in reality there are only 3 colours.
Mint,orange and yellow.
All the others are colour selections in the hobby or from different locations in the wild.
There we only use colours and not places for terribilis I think it is hard to separate them in the hobby by location or population.
To late for this I think.

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Would you find these frogs as for example, "blue terribilis" or is this a color that occured from animals bred in someones collection? I am a bit suspicious of color morphs that cannot be connected a wild population or locale because of the potential of line breeding and hybridization.
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