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Old 02-10-2007, 05:19 AM
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Thought I'd snap a few pics of these guys in their quarantine containers before feeding time. The terribilis I got along with the ill-fated truncatus, the New River tinc I got at the WADS meeting from Darren.











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great addition to any collection
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New rivers are one of the most beautiful frogs out there...much prettier than azureus I think
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Awesome frogs! I want some orange terribilis :cry:
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Aw, the new river. I think they are my favorite tinc. And the blue Sipaliwini right behind it. The look the same, but the spots on the New River are much finer and I think more attractive, though the first darts I got were blue Sips :P

I wouldnt mind having a Cobalt tinc though, the yellow tincs are very handsome too :P

lol, be sure to post pics when your new river gets a bit older.

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wow i really like the top terribilis
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Azureus were my first darts, but I was really torn between them and the New River morph. The azureus were more available, so I bought them instead.

As for the terribilis, I have two adult orange terribilis that I'm pretty sure are female, and three of the froglets. I'm hoping they grow up quick.
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i am in awe ithyoru pics.. i am more awe with our conversation... thanks for the assitance... give me a call sometime, S...... i shall awiat your reply...... jorge.. t mobile ing!!
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New rivers are one of the most beautiful frogs out there...much prettier than azureus I think
i agree.

although along the lines of the terribilis, i'm a fan of the mint.
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I have both mint and orange, but my orange are terribley shy! I don't know why. I love the mints boldness and voracity. The orange hide under leafs most of the time. Don't get me wrong, I love my orange, but it's just odd that they hide so much!
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