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Old 08-26-2005, 11:02 PM
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Who has green legged lamasi besides fantasticus?

Also what do you guys/girls think about them they are pretty awsome and i am really close to buying some
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Old 08-26-2005, 11:09 PM
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I know that Phil Tan breeds them and was selling them recently at Gig Harbor. I have some of his - they are great.

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Old 08-26-2005, 11:33 PM
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Phil Tan is Fantasticus.com. His frogs did look great at NWFF, though.
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Old 08-27-2005, 12:24 AM
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what i meant was phil tan=fantisticus
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Hi,
I have some from Phil Tan. They are great frogs. Really shy at first and I am only now catching glimpses of them. They have a really pretty call, and Phil's are almost adults when he sells them. I heard calling about a month after I got some. They are a real pretty frog, I am enjoying them immensely.
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I have a group that looks to be 2.2 on breeding loan from a friend, and they are great frogs, and they can be shy, but now that mine are breeding I usually see each of them at least once a day. I would recommend them.
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I have a pair of the Panguana and they are the most shy frogs i have ever had. I never see them. I have no problem with that myself but some people may. I got mine from Phil and you cant beat him. If these are your first thumb i would say go with something your gonna see. I also got 2.1 Intermedius from Phil and they are never hiding and are very bold. These are also some of the most beautiful frogs i have ever seen. This is just my opinion so get what you want and enjoy them
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Old 08-27-2005, 03:49 AM
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geez jmc000 that makes me feel so unknown LOL i already have frogs i have 4 D. Ventrimaculatus ( they are about 6 months old cant wait for their first clutch!) and 4 P. Terribilis which i raised from tads!

And i am on the search for more species and a iwanted either green legged lamasi or some type of imitator
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No, i know who you are. I just can't remember what frogs everyone has. lol. Thats cool, imitators are a bit more outgoing.
Good Luck in your search!!
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Jason,

My Panguanas were shy as shy can be but now that they are breeding age they seem to be a bit more visible. It used to be that I was lucky to see one of them every 3-4 days and now I see them daily. A few eggs from them but none good yet. Perhaps yours will become more visible in the future...I hope so because they are very beautiful frogs.

Funny thing is that I have some intermedius from Phil and they started out bold and have become much more secretive. I have 4 in a 15 high and maybe that is a bit too crowded for them. They are calling like crazy but I'll be darned if I can find any eggs.

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