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Old 02-24-2007, 01:41 AM
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Someone asked me earlier today when did I get an azureus. I said I had not, that I was simply caring for one for a friend. So in order to make me look bad, the friend proceeded to simply give me the frog. :P
I just inherited this one.



Can you tell if its a female or male. These are the best pics of body shape and toe pads I could get.

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Old 02-24-2007, 01:47 AM
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Nice! That is one of the prettier azureus I have seen I think...I'm thinking you have a female, she looks like my new river
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Old 02-24-2007, 02:16 AM
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Thanks, I also had a hunch it was a female. So, really you think its one of the better looking ones?
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How old is it? It's very pretty, but prettier than mine...that's debatable :lol:
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Old 02-24-2007, 03:25 AM
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It has got very nice colors...

I also would say female...
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Old 02-24-2007, 03:38 AM
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How old is it? It's very pretty, but prettier than mine...that's debatable :lol:
It was not full grown when it was bought.
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Ceasar it looks like you've got a well fed juvi on your hands. A very pretty one at that.



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Dude!,

Score! Nice Cesar, Iím just about finished with a new 55 gallon viv and Iím thinking about getting a pair of those. When It comes down to it, azureus is arguably the prettiest of all PDFs. Good luck with her!

I hope she isnít bunking with the GTF and the Bf :wink:

Oh yea, I meant to tell you, if you do go to the gardens this weekend, donít miss the big clump of Cryptocoryne growing in the conservatory. Itís in the hall with the rectangular pool. I think it is C. beckettii. It's the size of a pizza!:shock:
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Instead of keeping more species, why not do more with the species you keep?
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Old 02-24-2007, 05:00 PM
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I hope she isnít bunking with the GTF and the Bf :wink:
No no, she's gona get her own smurfy village.

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Oh yea, I meant to tell you, if you do go to the gardens this weekend, donít miss the big clump of Cryptocoryne growing in the conservatory. Itís in the hall with the rectangular pool. I think it is C. beckettii. It's the size of a pizza!:shock:
Cool!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: Thats it, Im going today!!!!
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Nice!
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Yeah I was serious, I actually think Azureus are some of the uglier frogs (especially the fine spotted ones ops: ) but there were some that are really pretty like yours
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Wow, I always thought the fine-spot ones were alot nicer looking than the ones with bigger spots-
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"Yeah I was serious, I actually think Azureus are some of the uglier frogs (especially the fine spotted ones Embarassed ) but there were some that are really pretty like yours"

Whoa, now those are some fightin' words! :lol: I think azureus have got to be the most gorgeous. To each their own.
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