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Old 07-25-2006, 11:55 PM
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I finally got a full set of pictures of my leucs. If you all want to see them go to my gallery. Search for "WarrenM".

I have tried to post the pictures here, but for some reason I just can't seem to get the hang of it. :?

Sorry! ops:
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1.2.5 D. leucomelas
1.1.2 D. galactonotus "red"
0.0.4 D. galactonotus "orange"
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1.1.0 D. azureus
1.0.0 Green Anole (A. caroinensis)
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Old 07-26-2006, 12:07 AM
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I just did the smaller views, to get pics in a message just upload them here or to a photo hosting account, so you get the properties of http://www.whatever.jpg and then in the post have [ img ] photo address [/ img ] without the spaces
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Old 07-26-2006, 12:09 AM
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when you go to post, click the button on the bar below the subject line that says img, the take the picture you are trying to add and right click it and then click on properties. In the middle of hte screen that pops up, you will see a http address... copy that then paste that after where it says img in you post. Then hit the img button again and your done.
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WOW 9 sweet leucing leucs . Monroe is amazing. How many tnaks do you have them in?
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beat me to it.... :x
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I am the master :twisted: :wink:

Great looking frogs btw, I'm so excited to get mine! Love the names too.
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Old 07-27-2006, 12:22 AM
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Nawth21 - thank you sooooooooo much for posting my picture. That was really an unexpected suprise. Everyone else, that for the help. I wish they would make it easier to post pictures. :roll:

Cubby23 - I have them all in a 110gal tank. 48x30x18. Seems to be enough space for them all. Everyone has chosen their own private sleeping space at night. During the day they just wonder all around, up and down. Leucs are such great PDFs.
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1.1.2 D. galactonotus "red"
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1.0.0 Green Anole (A. caroinensis)
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Old 07-27-2006, 06:49 PM
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I love those names!!!
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