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Old 02-09-2007, 08:41 PM
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here's some recent shots of my crew. my leucs and azureus are breeding, with the azureus puttin out about 15 good eggs, 10 of which i pulled and are doing good.





my leuc trio hasnt quite got egg depositing down yet, but i managed to get one tad out of about 9 eggs. the tad was in their brom for a day or two, and the frogs showed no interest in moving it. i placed it in the corner pond of their tank.





my azures fav brom. ive gotten 3 clutches from the leaves. i havent heard them call. Can any one help me with the sex of them from the pics?













and heres a early stage 10 gallon im working with. i dont know what the plant is in the bottom left. any suggestions? hopefully ill get some standard auratus in here sometime soon!


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Man those frogs are treating you well. Unfortunately i can't help you sex your frogs. You have a great looking viv
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Hey, great looking frogs, you know you should seperate the "molding" eggs from the other ones right? Just making sure you know.


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The bottom left corner plant is a Hypoestes variety. The get REALLY leggy if you don't keep them pinched and in lots of light. Try not to wet the foliage too much as it will rot.

Nice viv and nice frogs.
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Curt61- ya, i just took the shots right after i pulled them.

frogtofall- thanks for clearing that up for me. so i should trim it when needed im assuming?
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Hey, yep you can just trim it up whenever you want.


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in this pic:

the bottom one (the one with smaller spots) looks to be the male to me
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I put on of those Hypoestes plants in my vivarium. You know, first viv....cool plant at hardware store, why not? You can sort of see it in the top right hand corner of this picture, when it was all colorful and formed a compact, low bush.

Now here is the same plant several months later.



It lost a ton of color. And completely ditched the compact bush form to form two tall stalks with leaves every couple inches. These shot all the way to the top of the tank. :shock: What's more, they were extremely weak and eventually just sagged down over the other plants, and wouldn't support themselves.

Unfortunately, I did not capture a photo of the plant in this state, but here is a photo after I savegely took a pair of clippers to it after getting tired of having it flop all over the place. You can see the little bit that remains, having lost most of its original color. (behind the vines, underneath the brom)
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