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Old 06-26-2020, 07:30 PM
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Default Re: Leucamalas Morph?

Originally Posted by aapuzzo View Post
The question of this specific Josh's frogs Leuc does mention crossing lines which I understand is a grey area but unless I messed it never even mentions the morph. They do say Venezuela but does only one morph come from there? They definitely don't look like fine spots to me which I do believe comes from there.
I am under the impression that as far as D. leucomelas goes (this doesn't necessarily apply to other species), all leucs in captivity that aren't a named morph (or a morph cross) are called 'Standard'; I take 'Standard' in leucs to be both a name and a sort of catch-all descriptor. I'd appreciate any further info on this from anyone, since this claim has a strange feel to it.

I believe (but can't confirm) that the Standard morph is from Venzuela and I don't know where else, and 'Fine Spot' and 'Bolivar' are found only in Venezuela, and 'Orange Banded' and 'Yellow Banded' only come from Guiana.
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