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Old 01-05-2007, 11:26 PM
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i love to hear frogs call. i was just wanted to know what was the most vocal of all the darts. :?:
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I can hear my Leucs. calling from the second floor of my house when I`m downstairs watching tv!!!
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i had 4 leucs but hade to sell them when i moved. i didnt have them long enough to reach maturity. i wanted to get two Strawberry Poison Dart Frog
Dendrobates pumilio
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Panama but they are so expencive and i dont know if i am ready for them yet i only have about 3 years expiriance with darts and they were all beginner frogs.
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my leuc male is very vocal at times and my male imitator seems to call just as much but is a little quieter
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Leucs, Imitator, Pumilio, Tricolor, and Terribilis are all known for their calls.



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My imis call loudly. One of the males has very high pitched trill, the other has a softer call. They are very vocal and call all the time. My lamasi call much softer, but it is very nice. My fants have a kind of buzz call. I think there is a lot of variation in calls within a species though. Just MHO.
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When Leucs call do their throats bulg out when call, i am trying to figure out which on of my guys is calling but i cant see any distinguishing activity when they do call.
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I can't say about leucs, mine have not called yet. My other calling frogs all have little pouches. They are so cute when they inflate the throat sac .
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Leucs, Imitator, Pumilio, Tricolor, and Terribilis are all known for their calls.
As well as the other Phyllobates (vittatus, bicolor and aurotaenia)
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Yeah do imitators inflate their throats? Mine always stop calling when I get to close to figure out which one is calling...
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Yes they do. I'm pretty sure all Dendrobatidaes do.



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Yes, the Leucs. throats will inflate, it`s just hard to see because the`re black underneath. John
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Yes, the Leucs. throats will inflate, it`s just hard to see because the`re black underneath. John
And if you cant tell from the throat look for the one that is shaking violently, Thats how i could tell if any of my offspring was starting to call.
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