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Old 09-07-2019, 08:23 PM
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A mini build log and then vivarium pictures for my incoming Ranitomeya sirensis "rio pachitea yellow"

18x18x24" exo terra
Mopani and Manzanita wood pieces
Lighting is a Sunblaster 18" fluorescent
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Ficus benjamina margarita X2
Fittonia verschaffeltii "pink" x3
Begonia glabra
Begonia sp. Peru (on right hand side)
Pepperomia prostrata X2
Marcgravia umbellata
Microgamma vaccinafolia
Nautilocacyx pemphidius
Tradescantia "purple wandering Jew"
Pilea nummulariifolia
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Neoregelia "wild tiger"
Neoregelia "fireball"
Neoregelia unknown x2
Vriesea unknown x2




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Where's the 'jealous' emoji when I need it?

Seriously, looking forward to hearing about these frogs!
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Where's the 'jealous' emoji when I need it?



Seriously, looking forward to hearing about these frogs!
I'm pretty excited to get my group next weekend.

I have 6 of them coming, that was the suggested number for this sized tank from Understory Enterprises.
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Old 09-14-2019, 09:38 PM
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And the frogs have arrived!



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Sweet! Looking forward to seeing more of them.
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Sweet! Looking forward to seeing more of them.
They're very hard to get a decent picture of. They're always on the move.

So far they seem much more arboreal in their tendencies than I expected, they're always climbing and jumping. Then again it's only been 3 hours
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Hanging out on the stolon of a brom
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And they have eggs already... Had been hoping they wouldn't have any quite so fast but looked in on them today and there are eggs.
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They are gorgeous. Great photos also.
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Wow you have eggs already? So fast! How old are they?
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Wow you have eggs already? So fast! How old are they?
I'm not exactly sure how old they are, but clearly mature :-)
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More eggs... Rarely see them eat but I presume they've settled in given all the calling and the eggs...
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Awesome! Might get me a group of these soon...

Are you going to let the parents do tad-rearing? I love seeing my imitators raise their kids.
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Awesome! Might get me a group of these soon...

Are you going to let the parents do tad-rearing? I love seeing my imitators raise their kids.
I'm planning to let them give it a go with the first round and then see how that goes.
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Awesome! Might get me a group of these soon...
OK, I'm getting four of these next week. Thanks for the inspiration!
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OK, I'm getting four of these next week. Thanks for the inspiration!
They're pretty fun but reclusive.

Mine spend all their time (or practically all of it) in bromeliads. I have added a bunch more broms so that they can have space.

At one point there were 5 frogs in a fireball bromeliad, all huddled on top of each other, it was quite cute.
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Interesting to see they settle in that quick and start spawning within a month of being introduced!
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Update: saw a male carrying around a tadpole today :-), fun to see, don't see the frogs out much
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Do you have update photos of your viv since you added more plants?
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The tadpole has emerged!

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Nice!

You inspired me to get a group of these, back at the beginning of this thread. I have one new froglet out and about today, too.
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You inspired me to get a group of these, back at the beginning of this thread. I have one new froglet out and about today, too.
Wonderful! Did you leave it in the tank with the parents or rear it yourself? I pulled mine and reared it.
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I leave all my Ranitomeya in with the parents. I'm raising a group of 22 leucomelas tads (about half morphed now), and really, really appreciate frogs that raise their own kids.
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I leave all my Ranitomeya in with the parents. I'm raising a group of 22 leucomelas tads (about half morphed now), and really, really appreciate frogs that raise their own kids.
Nice! I don't have that option with my R. Uakarii, unfortunately.

Any future Ranitomeya that I get need to rear their own kids ;-)
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Found another 3-5 eggs today, 3 of them for sure look good. Going to leave these with the parents. I'm interested to see the parental care
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And found this... Not a great picture
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I smile every time I see my frogs carrying.
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I smile every time I see my frogs carrying.
Me too... I'm interested to watch the parental care with these guys. Luckily I'm at home most of the day now and made my home office area in the frog room.
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That's the best part! Very nice.
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I've recently changed up the lighting and misting for this tank. I switched to a less bright light which is an led plant light, but the floodlight bulb style. I've Increased the misting schedule as well. The frogs are much more visible now than they used to be. They hide a lot less and spend way more time foraging for food.
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Another tadpole :-)
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