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Old 03-09-2013, 03:40 AM
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Default Re: P. Terribilis adult size?

My Citronella, Giant Orange/Regina tincs are larger, trivittatus are also larger, but Terribs, to me, are THE most impressive dart frog in size and musculature. You can even see veins in an adult! Supposedly, there is a new green & black morph of auratus that is rumored at over 3"!

Peter Keane
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