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Old 03-13-2006, 02:52 AM
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Here is our first leuc successfully out of the water. He took no time at all to try out his climbing skills. I was surprised he was able to with some tail left too!



We're calling him McGyver as he's been working all day at trying to get the lid off his Gladware container with some ingenius contraption he made from a grain of rice and rope fashioned from weaving sphagnum moss fibers (the rice is for the springtails) :wink:

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Old 03-13-2006, 02:54 AM
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Very nice!
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Old 03-13-2006, 03:24 AM
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Looks great! Nice orange.
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Fat little sucker, isn't he? Congrats!
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Thanks guys! And thanks David for resizing my pic (I have no idea how to do that).

Joshua, your Sparky and Princess are producing these froglets and we are thrilled with them!

Are these fat froglets? I thought so too but since they are our first I wasn't sure. And the color enhancing flake food that we feed them (in rotation with other foods) appears to have worked!

Here's two more that came out today, both still with some tail:



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Congrats...the froglets look good. Newly morphed leuc froglets have a more intense color that will moderate as they get older...hard to describe but you'll understand what I mean when you see them get a bit older. Regardless they will turn out to be awesome frogs.

Good luck with them!

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To post normal sized images, take the URL that you have which is http://dendroboard.com/.../thumb_SPC2E4.jpg and change "thumb" to "normal" and you've got it. You can skip this step if you click on the tumbnail iin your gallery and use the URL from the larger image.

Very nice. Do you have pics of the parents? For me it always completes the picture when I get to see the parents that produced the froglets.



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Here is the male (Sparky):



Here is the female (Princess):

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Really cool.. thanks for sharing, do you have any pics of the tank you can share with us?
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