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Do you plan on keeping the sirensis cooler, or just standard frogroom temps?
If I had my choice I would keep them cooler ... Unfortunately I had to move & now all of my frogs are in a 2nd floor bedroom (My frogroom was in the basement @ my old house) so keeping them cooler is no longer an option until I move again in a few years.
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Do you plan on keeping the sirensis cooler, or just standard frogroom temps?
Running a zoo med fogger with cold water has started generation results for me.

I keep the jar in the fridge, and the run it for about an hour each morning. I pull the jar and let it run dry until it auto shuts off, that way later when I reattach the jar the basin fills with cold water.
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Not sure.
I got it from Mike Novy.

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2014 Breeding Season has begun!

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Hope those bassleri aren't near your bedroom, or where you watch tv....or talk to other people, thy can be really loud frogs that once they start calling don't really want to stop. Great colors, I am sure they will do well for, mine bred like crazy in a 29 gallon tank.
Nice pick up on the Sirensis, they don't really need to be kept cooler, they will readily breed at mid to upper 70's and even in to the low 80's......these guys either breed really well or are a huge challenge and won't breed at all, I have had more than 1 group that would fit each description. I hope you end up with a group of the former....if you do remember that great deal on the pastores you got.
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Hope those bassleri aren't near your bedroom, or where you watch tv....or talk to other people, thy can be really loud frogs that once they start calling don't really want to stop. Great colors, I am sure they will do well for, mine bred like crazy in a 29 gallon tank.
Nice pick up on the Sirensis, they don't really need to be kept cooler, they will readily breed at mid to upper 70's and even in to the low 80's......these guys either breed really well or are a huge challenge and won't breed at all, I have had more than 1 group that would fit each description. I hope you end up with a group of the former....if you do remember that great deal on the pastores you got.
That's for sure... My blacks used to like calling just before lights out or even later... and then again in the morning. The viv they were in is against the wall that separates my living room from my bedroom... MISTAKE
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Nick are the pepperi really loud, I assume they would be similar to the bassleri in calling? blue foots....st sirensis wow nice couple additions.
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Actually, my current frog room IS my bedroom lol ...

None of my Ameerega bother me too much with calling.
It's very sporadic. Some days they call for awhile & other days I don't hear a peep. (No pun intended).
The Bassleri & Pepperi are basically the same call. They can be loud but i guess loud is all a matter of opinion.

Even my Trivs, which are supposedly annoyingly loud, aren't that bad.

My pums call more than anything else.

But that's ok. I enjoy the music.

(PS. I hear you Mark ;-))
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Speaking of Trivs ... look what I found this morning:

BOOM ... TADPACK!
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Some observations & discoveries today ...

Orange Pepperi carrying around a huge tadpack today ...


Pretty sure this one is a female.
Nice & Gravid. Will hopefully have some breeding soon.


Pastores are finally breeding.
Haven't seen the females ... but found these in the leaf litter today.
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(3) Baja Huallaga Trivittata
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Another clutch found ... looks like a big one!
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Nice frogs! Sirensis highland and quinquevittatus have been always in my dreams, but no quinquevittatus here and no good temps for highland.
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Nice frogs! Sirensis highland and quinquevittatus have been always in my dreams, but no quinquevittatus here and no good temps for highland.
Most people with the highlands that I'he spoke with actually keep them at the same temps as the rest of there collection with good results. So if that the only thing keeping you from them besides the price I'd say go for it.
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Ok Gamble just start setting aside 4-6 of everything you have that I don't have, and I'll start saving my money, and we'll do one big shipment of like 50+ frogs sometime in the next 5 years
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Ok Gamble just start setting aside 4-6 of everything you have that I don't have, and I'll start saving my money, and we'll do one big shipment of like 50+ frogs sometime in the next 5 years
Lol. You're funny Dave. I can always count on you for a good laugh.
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Lol. You're funny Dave. I can always count on you for a good laugh.
Ah, but I'm only half joking ...The next jackpot I hit at the casino, I'll be in touch
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i keep my highlands at the same temps i keep all my ranitomeya and have already gotten eggs.

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Thx buddy. I appreciate it.
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SHARING OBSERVATIONS:

Some things that I've noticed, are:

- When Pepperi roost at night, if the male beats the female to their "spot", he will sit & call for her until she comes & lays next to him.

- I've noticed that my 2.2 has paired off & they only mate with eachother from what I can tell.
(I am NOT attempting to indicate that they are monogamous)

- Also, ive noticed, one pair is the dominant pair out of the 2.

Just wanted to exchange some ideas/knowledge in regards to behavior observations.
(I want to make it clear that this solely based on my own personal experiences & observations)
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Only if I get to hit you in the head with a sledgehammer for every tad you buy
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