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Old 09-29-2011, 10:27 PM
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Default Who's working with A. quinquevittatus?

Thought I'd try to bring some attention to another beautiful species that doesn't appear too often in the hobby.. I'm willing to bet that a fair amount of new members haven't even heard of them before.

I've seen a few in classifieds recently (Shawn H and Alex007), and saw them in person at Scott Menigoz's last year, amazing little frogs. Anyone else working with these?

I would love to see pics, I'm surprised we don't hear about these more than we do.
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I am working with them. Not very prolific for me. They only lay 1-2 eggs at a time. Just passed my first progeny over to Richard (woodsman). They are gorgeous little frogs.
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Are they hard to keep or is it that the frog wasn't imported in large volume? Love the look of their legs.
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Are they hard to keep or is it that the frog wasn't imported in large volume? Love the look of their legs.
Difficult to breed, don't produce much, & SLS rates are pretty high (from what I've heard)
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I have them but they seem to be all females...Its been 3 years that i've been keeping them.
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I believe I am in the same position George. Now that shipping weather is better for me I thought I would start searching for a male or 2. I recently moved mine to a new tank so I took the opportunity for a quick group shot. I rarely see more then 2 of them out at a time so it was nice to find that I still had my 3. Their old tank did not have a background, I thought perhaps one with sides and back might make them a bit bolder. I Can't say it made a difference.



This would be my one and only decent shot!



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I am also working with them. They began breeding about 6-8 months ago for me pretty regularly. I ended up with 8 good tads then they took a break. They have just recently began laying again. By far one of my favorite frogs I'm working with. pretty skittish in my experience with them.
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I would say those are all female. My males are about 70-80% the size of my females. I seem to have a 3.3 group, although I am very tempted to break it up into 3 1.1 groups in case there is egg eating happening.

Does anyone know of a call recording available for this species?

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We have what looks to be 2.2. They do breed, but as has already been mentioned, they are very sporadic. They just started giving us eggs again, after a long break (roughly a whole year). They just don't seem to be a very prolific species. We got ours from Phil Tan. I believe he still works with them, and produces them regularly.
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mine are all the same size and appear female. They seem to be very bold though and are one of the frogs I can usually count on seeing when I go into the frogroom.

If anyone has an extra male I'd be very interested.
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Old 10-01-2011, 06:33 AM
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I have four but have not seen any breeding behavior out of them. I have put nut shells in the vivarium for them to breed in, but no luck as of yet. They are extremely shy and I see at most two out in the open before they dart off when I enter the room.
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We have a hut, a couple nut shells, and film canisters. So far, ours have only laid eggs in the black film canisters. They have always been ones on the ground, tilted slightly upward and holding just a tiny puddle of water at the bottom corner. The eggs are usually touching the water, but not submerged.
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We acquired a group of 5 in 2010 and they have been continuously breeding for us ever since. There are no real difficulties in my mind, other than that they do seem to prefer a group breeding situation and they're a little hard to get your hands on. Our set-up, perhaps counterintuitively is three females and two males. They lay eggs on a weekly basis and we have had very few SLS problems over the years, but they sell out almost immediately and we always have a waitlist so I don't think they've been listed on our website once. That said, the cool thing about these guys, if you can find them, is that, as adults, they really are quite easy to sex as the females are (true to what JeremyHuff wrote above) substantially bigger than the males. They're also a bit bigger than thumbs so they offer a nice in-between size (more like benedictas in size than your average thumb).
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Does anyone have any full tank shots of their quinquevittatus enclosures? I've been thinking about building a 24" cube for a small group - most likely a trio - if I can get my hands on some... It sounds like they will make use of the entire enclosure, but I haven't found much information on what size tank people are keeping theirs in. Any input?

Also, does anyone have a link to a call recording? I'm curious to know what they sound like.
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Instead of starting a new thread, I thought I'd post these here. They have definitely won me over. In boldness, I'd compare them with imitators. Sorry, once again, for the phone pics.



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I had them a few years ago and they bred quite frequently for me. Every couple weeks I got 2-3 eggs that were laid in black film cans on the Viv floor. SLS was pretty uncommon for mine. They didn't seem much different from other thumbs.
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Here is my tank. This is/will house a group of 10.
(I've been told that they will breed more readily in a larger group).
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The plants have grown in some since this pic was taken.

This is what it looked like before I added the leaf litter.
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Instead of starting a new thread, I thought I'd post these here. They have definitely won me over. In boldness, I'd compare them with imitators. Sorry, once again, for the phone pics.



Got to see these guys at Microcosm with Jason. Stunners. Phone pics don't do them justice IMO. Great aquisition Jason.
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Also, does anyone have a link to a call recording? I'm curious to know what they sound like.
I do not have a link, nor have I heard them in person ... but I've been told that they sound like a "squishy" imitator call. I've also been told that their call is very distinguishable & will stand out from other frogs in your collection.
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Just got my first group of 5 this morning.
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are any of them sexed? thanks for the pics

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I've got one of my three calling now.
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are any of them sexed? thanks for the pics
No, none of them are sexed. They're about 4mo old give or take.
I'll have some more to add to this group towards the end of summer so I'm sure ill have a few pairs in there.
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Just found eggs! I'm pretty sure I have 1.2.
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OK, well I guess that wasn't their first clutch, because I just saw the male transporting a tad. I tried to get a pic ...



Not, great, but you can make out the tad on the male's back (front), while mom supervises (back).
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These guys are definetly on my "list" of must haves
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Finally heard them call the other day.

The best way to explain it is a very fast, low call.
Kinda like a cross between an imitator & a tinc.

You have to be right next to the tank to hear it.
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Ya, my thought was somewhere between an imi and a vent.
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My trio was pretty prolific this "season". I ended up with 19 good tads or froglets. They seem to have gone back on break, as I have not seen any eggs in a few weeks now. I am going to set up another group of 4 or 5, but will have the rest up in the classifieds in a few months. I find it strange that there is such a heavy interest for these frogs, yet locally here in So. Cal they are practically un-sellable. I even had adults for sale at Microcosm that didn't sell. I'm glad some of you guys are still working with them. They are awesome frogs and I plan on keeping and breeding them forever, even if I end up having to keep them all or give them away.
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that IS a beautiful frog...great markings...would definitely be interested in getting a trio when someone has them available and willing to ship to MD...
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My trio was pretty prolific this "season". I ended up with 19 good tads or froglets. They seem to have gone back on break, as I have not seen any eggs in a few weeks now. I am going to set up another group of 4 or 5, but will have the rest up in the classifieds in a few months. I find it strange that there is such a heavy interest for these frogs, yet locally here in So. Cal they are practically un-sellable. I even had adults for sale at Microcosm that didn't sell. I'm glad some of you guys are still working with them. They are awesome frogs and I plan on keeping and breeding them forever, even if I end up having to keep them all or give them away.
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Brian, I wouldn't mind adding another 2 or 3 to my group in the future. Let me know if you have some in the fall, when shipping is better.
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Jason #1, you can have as many as you'd like... just as soon as your highland sirensis start kickin me out some offspring! LOL!

Jason #2, you should come out to our next SCADS meet and pick some up in person! It would make the drive well worth it!!!




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Jason #2, you should come out to our next SCADS meet and pick some up in person! It would make the drive well worth it!!!
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I just wanted to note that, though it is said these guys prefer dark places for laying, I've found 3 clutches in the last 10 days laid on top of the leaf litter, right out in the open. Also, the trio are getting bolder all the time. And now that they've put on a little weight, they really do look like galacts in all but color and stature.
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What an awesome frog, and I like that they are a bit larger than thumbs. It's a shame they aren't more common.
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Does anyone know is Phil Tan still works with these? Last time I saw him he didn't mention any.

I would be interested in picking some of these guys up when I have more space
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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.
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