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Old 01-16-2007, 09:57 PM
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Old 01-16-2007, 10:41 PM
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Very nice frog 8)

These have been on my wish list for a while now but we don't seem to get them over here
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Yeah, but you guys get histrionicus over there so you get no pity from me :-)
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Very nice sideshot Rob.

Have you had any luck breeding those yet ???



And BTW luv to see more pix of those beauties... not many peoples post pics ... atleats not that Ive seen


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Yeah, but you guys get histrionicus over there so you get no pity from me :-)
Ah, but I don't want any histrionicus
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Yeah, but you guys get histrionicus over there so you get no pity from me :-)
Ah, but I don't want any histrionicus
You can send what you don't want over to me!!!
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Nice frog. My bastis have a very similar pattern to your Uyama River it looks like.
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