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(And actually I'll take the ones I left off or any dart if the deal is crazy good enough, and I have the cash/viv space)
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I always give good deals ... Idk about crazy, but they're pretty good.
Problem will be getting me to ship ... i dont really mess with shipping ... too stressful. Lol
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I always give good deals ... Idk about crazy, but they're pretty good.
Problem will be getting me to ship ... i dont really mess with shipping ... too stressful. Lol
Ya, I think we talked numbers once or twice, but probably one of those times where I start to do something I shouldn't and catch myself (I need to catch myself more)

I shipped frogs once... Darklands, when darklands were $300ea 3-4 of them I think... I was pooping myself

I've been thinking about selling small plant packages of my 2 blue 1 turqoise plant and a sample of super moss (micro liverwort), but I'm so lazy
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Your darkland pair went to me.....think it got delayed too. Pretty sure it helped you buy your fox haha.

Then caucheros came around and price dropped on darklands.
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Your darkland pair went to me.....think it got delayed too. Pretty sure it helped you buy your fox haha.

Then caucheros came around and price dropped on darklands.
Was that you!? (Crap memory, like a goldfish. Once around the bowl and it is all new to me ) .... I remember we had live arrival (thankfully), and I think I got to check in with you once or twice, and then DB or Me decided to delete a bunch of PMs and I couldn't remember the name of the person they went to. ;(

Hope they popped out some babies for you. Didn't you get a froglet with the pair? My luck went to hell with the froglets I kept. One just tanked on me, and then I left for a weekend to go fishing in arkansas. No sign of ants... came back 2 days later Ants swarming in the tank. I was so Pissed

They were going pretty good when I sold them once I stopped the snails from getting to all the eggs. I could have sworn I sold at least 3, because ya they paid for a big chunk of Echo's cost (Thanks!).

Well I don't wanna high jack Gamble's thread, but feel free to PM with how they did, or hopefully are doing. Those and escudo are at the top of my pumilio want list now that I'm back in the hobby full swing. Oh and ya kinda sucked that the cuchero came in after that (though nice the hobby got some more blue frogs). I'll probably go for frye line darklands... I just like the name. Cuchero doesn't grab me... they gotta be "Darklands"
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Thx!

I love LBFs. I have many more coming over the course of 2014 so stay tuned!
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Any hints? You need some Sisa
Sisa is a planned purchase.

I have Hahneli, Altamazonica, Yellow Bassleri, Baja Huallaga Trivs all coming ... just to name a few.

Also going to be adding to my Zaparo & Femoralis groups.

I plan on focusing alot of my purchases this year on building up my Ameerega collection.
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Might have some rogersi next year too .

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Nick,

Just want to thank-you for this interesting and informative thread. I've been reading all I can on DB for a couple months. Will be building my first viv in the spring and get my first frogs by early summer. Anyway, thanks much and I'll be following this thread as you go.

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Just want to thank-you for this interesting and informative thread. I've been reading all I can on DB for a couple months. Will be building my first viv in the spring and get my first frogs by early summer. Anyway, thanks much and I'll be following this thread as you go.

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Thx Frank. I appreciate the kind words.
I'm glad it's been helpful for you.

I'm always willing to help if you ever need anything.

Btw ... I see you're from Ohio.
Are you a member of Ohio Froggers? (Facebook).
If not, you should join.
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Nick,

Thanks again. Didn't know about Ohio Froggers. I just clicked the Join Group Button. I assume someone has to approve it. First time I've joined a group on Facebook.

Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year.

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Thanks again. Didn't know about Ohio Froggers. I just clicked the Join Group Button. I assume someone has to approve it. First time I've joined a group on Facebook.

Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year.

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I'm an administrator for the group ... but another one approved you before I got to it ... but you're approved now.

Merry Xmas to you as well.
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Let me express my admiration for your project. I would like to know the measurements of your frogroom...
I wish you an Happy New Year (here Xmas is over) full of frogs and satisfaction.
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Gamble,

I see you have a lot of luck with breeding these guys. What are your set ups like and do you check often for eggs? I have two different pairs of pumilios and I really haven't checked intensely for eggs but I haven't seen any yet. Just trying to get an idea if people have a lot of luck and look intensely for eggs or just see them easily when looking in their set ups.

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Let me express my admiration for your project. I would like to know the measurements of your frogroom...
I wish you an Happy New Year (here Xmas is over) full of frogs and satisfaction.
I don't really know the measurements. Basically my whole family room is my frog area ... it's strictly just for them. We do not use it otherwise.

BUT unfortunately it will be my frog area no more ... I am moving back into my parents house in a couple weeks until my daughter starts school due to my inability to afford daycare for her (I'm a single parent) ... so my frog area will be confined to my bedroom for a few years.
But it's a pretty big bedroom with a walk in closet as well so I'll still have plenty of room for everything ... including future purchases.
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I see you have a lot of luck with breeding these guys. What are your set ups like and do you check often for eggs? I have two different pairs of pumilios and I really haven't checked intensely for eggs but I haven't seen any yet. Just trying to get an idea if people have a lot of luck and look intensely for eggs or just see them easily when looking in their set ups.

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Tony -
I don't really bother my frogs too much. I used to fanatically check for eggs ... etc ... but now I don't really do much but feed them & check every once in awhile.
(But that may change once I move).

In regards to my Escudo, I haven't had much luck with them.
They've produced around 4-5 Froglet over the past year & only 1 has survived to adulthood. (I suspect the male of killing them off). In addition, they were my first Pums & first time dealing with broms, so in my inexperience with them, I didn't really setup the tank to be conducive for Froglet searching/pulling. (Too many places to hide that are difficult to get to ... In addition to the tank being too deep; front to back)

But I would see Froglets in the tank & then i would pull out all the leaf litter until I found them. (I'd leave them in there for a couple months before attempting to pull ... but most searches were fruitless ... The male got to them before I could).

I do plan on building a new tank for them after I move; (debating on either a 55g tank or a 18x18x24 Exo) ... and coincidentally, I saw a Froglet in their tank today. I'm hoping it can survive in there until I am able to build the new tank Bc I do not plan on pulling or searching for anything until I do.

Hope that answers your question. If not, feel free to ask anything else you'd like to know.
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Here is the background I would use for the Escudo if I choose to build them a 55g tank.

It was built by Phil Ramos @ Green Oasis.

I would mount 3 or 4 broms in the middle of it.
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What a great thread! Congrats on all breeding success, if you could maybe post some full tank shots that would be greatly appreciated.
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What a great thread! Congrats on all breeding success, if you could maybe post some full tank shots that would be greatly appreciated.
I posted some recent tank shots a few pages back ... a lot of stuff I have in temporary setups right now due to time constraints with builds ... but I'm hoping to have a lot more free time after the move.
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Tony -
I don't really bother my frogs too much. I used to fanatically check for eggs ... etc ... but now I don't really do much but feed them & check every once in awhile.
(But that may change once I move).

In regards to my Escudo, I haven't had much luck with them.
They've produced around 4-5 Froglet over the past year & only 1 has survived to adulthood. (I suspect the male of killing them off). In addition, they were my first Pums & first time dealing with broms, so in my inexperience with them, I didn't really setup the tank to be conducive for Froglet searching/pulling. (Too many places to hide that are difficult to get to ... In addition to the tank being too deep; front to back)

But I would see Froglets in the tank & then i would pull out all the leaf litter until I found them. (I'd leave them in there for a couple months before attempting to pull ... but most searches were fruitless ... The male got to them before I could).

I do plan on building a new tank for them after I move; (debating on either a 55g tank or a 18x18x24 Exo) ... and coincidentally, I saw a Froglet in their tank today. I'm hoping it can survive in there until I am able to build the new tank Bc I do not plan on pulling or searching for anything until I do.

Hope that answers your question. If not, feel free to ask anything else you'd like to know.
It does help. My vivs have a decent amount of hiding spots also. I know these guys are good at hiding their eggs and tads. It is their instinct. I am getting a breeding pair of vanzos tomorrow. I hope I get good luck with them. I am just a nerd when it comes to animals and would love to see the whole process(laying, transferring, morphing, etc.). Thanks for the answers though.
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Thx I appreciate it.
Just wait until you see what I post next weekend!

It's something I've thought about, but with being a full time worker & full time father, I would be hard pressed to find the time to dedicate to that.
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Default re: Gamble's Breeding Project(s) (Pic Heavy)

Do you plan on keeping the sirensis cooler, or just standard frogroom temps?
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