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Old 09-03-2009, 09:47 PM
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i'm not new to darts just geting back into them. i was having trouble figureing out what i wanted before i keep leucs, azureus, and some thumb not sure which as it wasn't marked and i never bother fiding out. i want to do pumilo but i don't think that be such a good choice for just coming back into the hobbie. I look at vents, imi, terri. Which do you think be better choice to choose. The tank is a 75g tank. I really love pumilo do you think i should just do one of those frogs and save the 75g take for pumlio? Thanks
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:01 PM
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I want teribillis I've started to collect a few pictures these are some of my most favorite pics. I love the larger frogs and when friends/family want to look at your tanks they love em. They are bold and If you ask my 2 cents, I say Terribillis all the way!!
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can they be keep in a trio or would pairs be best. thank
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:55 PM
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I want teribillis I've started to collect a few pictures these are some of my most favorite pics. I love the larger frogs and when friends/family want to look at your tanks they love em. They are bold and If you ask my 2 cents, I say Terribillis all the way!!

man, those are three great pics....all very well composed. Is there a mirror behind the small cave in the one pic?
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i think that last pic its actually Troy's tank if i am not mistaken
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Old 09-04-2009, 11:04 PM
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what about tri-colors i really like these too and more in my price range
i like this one the most
The Phantasmal Poison Frog
Epipedobates anthonyi
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yep....another very good choice. I have a breeding trio and they are some of my most interesting frogs.

GREAT call with some variety of tone / pitch and length. Two males will call-compete as well. Kind of like Dueling banjos....

Colour up great with a lil help from NatuRose. heh. A cool RED frog.

Great eaters...bold activity.
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cool thanks looks like these be my first choice. I found there here Herpetologic.net has anyone ordered from them if so whats your exp good, bad, ok what weren't they so good on. Thanks
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cool thanks looks like these be my first choice. I found there here Herpetologic.net has anyone ordered from them if so whats your exp good, bad, ok what weren't they so good on. Thanks
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I'll send you a PM

Where are you located exactly? That will make it easier to put you in touch with other hobbyists and frogs.

Not that shipping is bad....but.....I highly recommend supporting your local breeder(s)
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Ok didn't know that. Thanks i'm in socal i'm sure someone here in socal breeds them. Whats the size of yours; have you got any froglets if so how big are they.I'm hoping this winter to get working on my frog closet only got 3'x1.5'x5' area to work with lol; it be nice to make sure it could handle any froglets i get. Thanks
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They are a "medium" sized frog....quarter size but small offspring -froglets.

Lots of SLS issues but their clutch size is larger than most dart frogs.

Dunno anything at all about SoCal hobbyists or West coast for that matter.

I'm strickly an East Coast kinda guy.....
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Yea i wish i was still, i still got places over there though both in flordia and GA(just moved from ga). Good i like the smaller frogs over the larger ones. Have you had any agression between froglets my rack would be 6x 12"x20"x18" lxwxh Conserning male:female ratio which do you think be best for a 75g tank 48x18x20, i was planing for just a trio or do think it be better to have a larger group. Thanks
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I just found this website http://www.sndartfrogs.com/ but of course there in FL. they have some really cool tri-colors but are WC if you know anyone who keeps and breeds any of these please contact me. Thanks
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Have a look at these created social groups...

http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/groups/

There should be one or two with SoCal members. You can PM them from the lists and inquire about frogs / breeders....
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I think i found what i want to have in my tank Epipedobates trivittatus. Even though they are very big for a dart(some up too 3") they are about the coolist frog i have seen. I did i seach on here very few people have them and even less have them breeding, and the ones that are breeding them are not the 'red' form . Unless i found someone or a better place i'll be odering from sndartfrogs.com
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