Originally Posted by Tijl
After purchased no, since my friend (seller) already placed all the histrionica he received in quarantine. All the histrionica he purchased came from a friends of his own personal collection. I also did not want to bother the frogs with more stress by handling or changing of tanks, so I put the frogs directly in their tank. All my tanks are also no connected, so there is no danger for contamination.
My friend asked to give him the male back so I froze it. I guess he wants do a necropsy on it.
Freezing will destroy too much of the cellular structure of the frog and any present pathogens to make it useful for that purpose. Brief refrigeration is the only option to temporarily preserve specimens for that type of exam.