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Old 02-04-2007, 06:40 PM
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Wow those are beautiful frogs! I'm jealous.
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Robb,
Nice Escudos. Are those new morph froglets? I would think that they are because they have a much less defined coloration than the normal Escudos that most of us have, but in thesecond pic I could swear that I see the throat sac inflating, but it could just be my eyes. If they are froglets, how long out of the water?
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Very nice , I like .
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Very nice.... everyone seems to have luck with these.
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Very nice.... everyone seems to have luck with these.
Well, not everyone, I think I may have all males. The pic is an adult male, just has some interesting darker coloration.
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Oh... they are all just so small its tough to tell... :-)

Where have you been robb? We miss you around here...
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Have been really busy with work, which is better than the alternative but it's tough to keep up with everything.
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Robb,
Nice Escudos. Are those new morph froglets? I would think that they are because they have a much less defined coloration than the normal Escudos that most of us have, but in thesecond pic I could swear that I see the throat sac inflating, but it could just be my eyes. If they are froglets, how long out of the water?
Alot of frogs are just more muddy looking. There are always picture perfect frogs from all morphs and others that have looks that only a mother could love. Especially when you have frogs like these that go from all blue to red.



Nice pics Robb the frogs look great. Looking forward to more pics.
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Alot of frogs are just more muddy looking. There are always picture perfect frogs from all morphs and others that have looks that only a mother could love. Especially when you have frogs like these that go from all blue to red.



Nice pics Robb the frogs look great. Looking forward to more pics.
Very true, but that "muddy" look that you spoke of is also very typical of froglet coloration versus adult which is where the comment came from, but I do see your point. The red on the back of Robb's frogs looks almost metallic or ruby like whereas mine are a very bright but nonmetallic color. Just goes to show the amazing variation in these frogs we love.
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As far as the red...

Many cameras out there will exaggerate red colors...I know mine does.
Maybee these top-notch photos are just more accurate?
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If by more accurate you mean closer to real life color, maybe for Robb's particular frog, but the red on mine is much different. Mine are very bright red like a womans bright red lipstick.
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Let me edit that for ya...

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If by more accurate you mean closer to real life color, maybe for Robb's particular frog, but the red on mine is much different. Mine are very bright red like my bright red lipstick.
HEY-O! :lol:

In all seriousness, these frogs are awesome. I'm still glad I waited though. Still too rich for my blood!
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Hehe...fool :lol: .
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They vary that much in color. From ruby red to lipstick to almost pinkish and skyblue to deep, kinda purple blue to silver.
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Seriously great photos Rob!
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Those I like.

Very nice.
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You and your ridiculously stunning frogs...
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