Please don't think I was saying something to get on your case because I wasn't. I'm still on the learning curve myself and have been for 28 years :wink:
And you're talking the the girl who's REALLY anal about her animals (please no puns :roll: I already came up with several) I am known to spend 3-4 hours a night after working 10 each day just cleaning terrariums and feeding my zoo (that's not counting the ones WITH fur) and putzing around fixing this and adjusting in their little homes and yet can spend 3 weeks at a time pulling clean clothes out of the laundry basket to wear because I'm too "busy" to fold them and put them away.
I would like to see as many of the eggs make it as possible even if it's more work for me (I never even saw it as work in the first place). I feel bad when I lose a tadpole because my tincs (and the rest of my animals) are so fascinanting and beautiful to me and my children. I am planning on letting my daughter's 3rd grade class raise one or two of the tadpoles this year because she's become so engrossed by the whole senerio of the courting, mating, egg laying, tadpole thing that she can't shut up about it to her class. I think it's really cool and a really great way to get my kids involved.
ops: got off on a motherly instinct rant....
Damn where's that patch cord for the camera.... :?
Anyways, you have beautiful little froglets, I love the Patricias, they are next on my list of gotta have!! Let me know if you want to trade them for some Surinam colbalts when mine morph out, I've got lots of em.