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Old 10-28-2013, 08:47 PM
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According to his website, Phil Tan is still working with them as of May this year.
I am pretty sure Brian (Mellowroo421) may have some too.
Thanks! I always forget about his site... He actually lives only 30min away for me and I've been thinking about giving him a call

Its great to hear that people are working with these guys, their color and pattern is truly unique.
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Old 10-29-2013, 04:16 PM
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Here is my first froglet. I'm surprised by it's size, as big or bigger than vittatus morphlets. These should easily take melos right away.

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bump need moar.
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Anyone going to SCADS meeting have any extra males?
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Some pics of their new tank & frog shots. Enjoy.




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Nice set up! Good looking frogs too!
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Old 05-16-2015, 05:42 AM
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Finally got a recording of my quinqs call. Not very often I hear it, let alone get a chance to record it with little to no background noise. Hope this link works... I used my cell phone and laid it across the top screen of their viv. Its on photobucket Because I can't figure out how to post it on here. Anyone who can explain it for me, please PM me.

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VID_20150515_202951463_zpsv7xy56ji.mp4 Video by MELLOWROO421 | Photobucket
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Thanks for keeping these frogs going, as pretty as they are certainly an at risk frog for our hobby. Definietly something I would be interested in working with.
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They really are great frogs. I'd like to see the set ups from people who say they're shy, as I find them to be very bold, frequently on the front glass.
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I'm agree about their beauty. These frogs have a understated charm, IMO, for true connoisseurs. I always liked them! More pics, please
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First clutch this year!!!! This seems to be a late start for them in my prior experience but the temps have been lower than normal for this time of year. I think that may be a big factor.

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I am jealous, Brian. Congrats
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Old 11-30-2015, 04:30 PM
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They are still at it this year. Been a slow but steady season and they are still laying 1-2 eggs every week or 2. If the eggs I have now make it then I will have 15 total so far this year.
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still like them...a lot.....are their legs really as red as in post #46??
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Old 12-07-2015, 03:35 PM
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Judy, their legs are orange with black spots.
I found 4 good eggs in my hold back groups tank last week. Hopefully I'll be able to make quite a few of these beauties available next year.
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can you put me on the proverbial list??
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Stunning! Congrats.
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i never see them, but love them. If anyone wants to send me a male or 2....
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