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Old 12-20-2008, 10:24 PM
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Very nice .
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Wow is right! I have never seen a Lamasi with that pattern. That's an awsome looking frog.
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Default Re: Spotted Orange Lowland Lamasi

How many different orange Lamasi lines/morphs are there?
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That is a cool pattern. I don't think I've ever heard of the morph. Is this a new morph or just a variation you got out of a non spotted pair?
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Old 12-21-2008, 03:37 AM
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WOW! its absolutly stunning...
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Where do those come from?
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There are many , many different color variants of lowland lamasi (AKA panguana lamasi) in the wild. Some crazy colors . Many living very close to each other . Only one color variant of highland lamasi (AKA standard lamasi) which also live in a very different area than panguanas. This froglet is the offspring of "normal" looking orange/red panguanas. Guessing at how most of the frogs got into Europe and thus here , I'm can't really say how many different "lines" there are here in the U.S. If I had to guess, I would say that the orange/red lowlands here are from the same general population.
This frog was an "extreme slow morphing" tad and took well over six months to morph out. This may be a reason it has this crazy pattern. It would be interesting if that were that case...

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Wow Rich, that is a pretty cool looking one. Will be really interesting to see what happens with the pattern as he grows.


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There are many , many different color variants of lowland lamasi (AKA panguana lamasi) in the wild. Some crazy colors . Many living very close to each other . Only one color variant of highland lamasi (AKA standard lamasi) which also live in a very different area than panguanas. This froglet is the offspring of "normal" looking orange/red panguanas. Guessing at how most of the frogs got into Europe and thus here , I'm can't really say how many different "lines" there are here in the U.S. If I had to guess, I would say that the orange/red lowlands here are from the same general population.
This frog was an "extreme slow morphing" tad and took well over six months to morph out. This may be a reason it has this crazy pattern. It would be interesting if that were that case...

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Default Re: Spotted Orange Lowland Lamasi

interesting variation, thanks for sharing.
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Rich, I have had a couple of spotted as well as some broken-striped froglets in the 60+ of these that have morphed out and none have kept irregular patterns. It will be interesting to see how yours turns out. Robert
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Rich, I have had a couple of spotted as well as some broken-striped froglets in the 60+ of these that have morphed out and none have kept irregular patterns. It will be interesting to see how yours turns out. Robert
That's interesting because all of the standard lamasi I have morphed that had broken line (never seen a spotted one like this, standard or otherwise) patterns kept those patterns. I very much doubt this one will grow lines down it's back. But I'll keep everyone posted. I have seen frogs change color all the time. Frogets are well known to do this. But patterns are a different matter.
Do you have pics of your spotted ones? Before and after would be cool.

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Old 12-22-2008, 06:14 PM
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Sorry Rich, I neglected to take pictures soon enough. I get broken line Std lamasi as well so I really didn't expect the pattern completely change however mine do. Robert
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No biggie Robert. I'll post some pics down the line of this one. The extreme spotted nature of this one VS. the occasional broken line pattern is something I have yet to see. Also the total lack of what Darren calls "the lamasi mustache". It will be interesting to see what it looks like in some months.

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Rich,
That is by far the most spotted lamasi I've seen. Beautiful.

I too have seen a number of spotted Orange and GL lamasi from breeder stock that all had perfectly pin stripe patterns themselves.

At one point I'd guess 25% of my Olams, and 50% of the GL lamasi offspring were irregularly patterned. I ventured an 'environmental' factor as the cause with no way to prove it though.

I searched but could only find a few pics, so I guess I failed to take them unfortunately.

Thanks for sharing. Cool frog.

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that first one is great!!!
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Default Re: Spotted Orange Lowland Lamasi

Three weeks old now. I'm thinkin' this one will stay quite spotted.
I too have seen "irregular" patterns from "regular " patterned parents, and own two standard lamasi that have "irregular " patterns yet produce 99% "normal" continual lined offspring. I have yet to see full spots though later turn into full lines.

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Default Re: Spotted Orange Lowland Lamasi

There doesn't seem to even be a hint of lines with that frog. I would wager that you are right about him keeping the spots. It's a very cool looking lamasi to say the least.
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Update on pics. Check out the pupil on the first shot.













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Default Re: Spotted Orange Lowland Lamasi

you're the only one Ive seen get those sweet pupil shots! love it.
I know you've got a nikon cool pix of some kind, what's the megapixel rating?



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Very Beautiful... I WANT !
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you're the only one Ive seen get those sweet pupil shots! love it.
I know you've got a nikon cool pix of some kind, what's the megapixel rating?

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It's a coolpix 5400, 5.2 meg total.

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Are you going to try to breed it with another abnormal patterned one and see what pops up?



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Are you going to try to breed it with another abnormal patterned one and see what pops up?
No, I don't purposely selectively breed for any abnormal traits. If I keep this one I will only breed it with "normal" patterned frogs.

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Default Re: Spotted Orange Lowland Lamasi

I had a spotted gl lamasi morph out, didnt get to see what happend though, i think that was another casualty of the ice storm ;(
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