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Old 01-20-2007, 03:39 AM
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Default Calling all larger dart keepers!!!

Alright due to some interest in another post I thought Id start a new thread for this subject!


It seems these days thumbnails and pumilio are the big trend and the larger darts are not getting much attention on the board anymore

LETS CHANGE THAT!!!!

Everybody post your D.tinctorius,D. auratus, D. azureus and Phyllobates here!!! Oh and any other big frogs Ive missed


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Old 01-20-2007, 03:41 AM
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Old 01-20-2007, 03:47 AM
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WOW THAT IS AN AWESOME [email protected]!!!



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Since you asked for it, here's the biggest one


The second largest, even though it looks almost the same as when it arrived
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Old 01-20-2007, 03:28 PM
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Jsagcincy,what type of tinctorius in the bottom pic? nice pics.
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Here are my larger frogs, I love big frogs.

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Old 01-20-2007, 03:37 PM
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Old 01-20-2007, 04:40 PM
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Lee, the picture of the azureus with its tongue out is awesome! Im confused, did that fly end up in his mouth?
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Old 01-20-2007, 06:29 PM
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Nice pix guys!!!

jsagcincy Id also like to know wut that last tinc is .... Olemarie ? Alanis ???



Keep them coming guys!!!!



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It's an Alanis (Nabors). It has a little more yellow on its head but it got washed out from the flash.

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Lee, the picture of the azureus with its tongue out is awesome! Im confused, did that fly end up in his mouth?
you know I'm really not sure. My best guess is he may have missed and the fly is getting knocked off, or he nailed one right next to that one. I'm guessing the latter as the mouthfull of flies makes me think he's got pretty good aim. :wink:
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Nice pics guys.

Heres some of mine...They're not fully grown yet, but they're still little fatties...These are old pics BTW...






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I'd like to post my pictures but I can't seem to get it to work, I use a mac and I'm pulling the pictures from iPhoto straight to the desktop, any suggestions?
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all of the frogs look pretty cool!
cant wait til i can get the money to get my first darts..,
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Boombotty, thats a beautiful Brazilian. I have two of my own, and they are my fav's.



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Thanks snyderveight. I have supplemented with Naturose for the last few months and that really brings out the orange, hard to tell in the pic because it is washed out due to my camera.
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wow beautiful this makes me want to get back into the larger species..
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Default large frogs....

I love how dart people call these large frogs...its like our own little world here...

Here is a 'large frog'...
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Old 01-22-2007, 07:27 PM
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Not to highjack this thread, but boombotty, where can I get naturose? I would love for that orange to be brighter in mine....Sara
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the fat one is the female (carrying about 10 eggs i believe it was) and the one with the spot on the back is one of the males not sure if you can see but the female is about 1.5 times the size i actually saw her shedding the other day man it was nasty but i wanted to keep watching ops: i would have taken a pic to show you the moment but i had to leave for bowling
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oh here is the same female about 4 months ago maybe a little more see how much white there is?


here is a better pic of her color now
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i like the fact that you notice the difference in color, thanks for posting that.
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Just snapped this one of "Harley" today.... around 6mo old, not sure but I think a more feminine name may be in order

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very neat effect...
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very neat effect...
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What program did you use to do that shot bellerophon?
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thanks...just regular old photoshop
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