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Old 11-09-2015, 06:59 PM
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Not an easy frog to breed, though mine have bred but clutch was no good, they call each and everyday, especially during cool temps, they seem to like it cold.
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I have a group of 4 if you guys wanted to add to your groups. They are from UE.
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Suprised.....these have been in the country almost 2 years, I know of at least 2 people having groups (if not a few more) and have literally seen nothing on those peoples experience with these. Hopefully they're documenting successes and failures when/if these get released a little more
I was just thinking the same thing. I hope the few that have them have had at least some luck with them. This is a species I would love to see more of and even have at some point. I would actually be really cool if Understory released a larger quantity of them soon!

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I've never seen these before. Are they still in the hobby anywhere?
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Nice frogs! I would love to get this morph!
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Understory Enterprises had them on their price list as recently as a year or two ago. Haven't seen them since, but I assume they are out there.

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