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Old 05-18-2012, 03:53 PM
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i was wondering if this morph of anthonyi's has another name in the hobby?
i never heared of these before. also stunning frogs.
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wicked!!
there are a lot of wonderful morphs that will hopefully be exported legally in the next few years.
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What Julio said!
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That is a beautiful morph. Hopefully these will be LEGALY imported.
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I used to be 1 of the only breeders of these morph in The Netherlands. I've sold my intire group to the Alexander König museum of natural history in Bonn (Germany). Both Hobbyzoo Anura and Terrafauna might still have offspring that originate from this breeding group.

If you want more info, contact me Davy.

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Where do these guys lay their eggs?
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I found the clutches exclusively on leaves. From bromiliads to banana plants and Ficus spec. Never took the time to place film cannisters or similar deposite places. I let the animals take care of everything and only caught the offspring that were ready to sell. No handraising needed.
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