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Old 02-15-2009, 06:36 AM
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Default Mantella Appreciation Thread - Who is keeping them and what species?

While there is a core group of africandos on DB that frequently (or infrequently) post about their collections, breeding success, I'm always intrigued to learn about other folks that are maybe less focused on the genus as a whole, but are nonetheless successfully keeping/breeding mantellas. To that end, I thought it would prove an interesting exercise to inventory current DB members to see who is currently working with mantellas, the specific species, and whether or not you have had reproductive success with the species (insert chuckle here..). If possible, please also cite whether they are CB or WC.

Here's to an interesting survey!

To start, I'm currently working with the following species:

Mantella laevigata WC and CB froglet (small breeding group - likely 4.2)



Mantella pulchra WC (2.3 or 3.2)



Mantella madagascariensis (assumed WC) (likely 2.2)



Mantella aurantiaca CB (3 unsexed froglets)



Mantella viridis WC (large group - 6.4 or so)






Mantella crocea CB (5 unsexed froglets)
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0.0.6 ebenaui juveniles here, Doug Peel line by way of Rich Terrell.
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Nice.

I'll get into them someday. Too bad Devin doesn't post here anymore....
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0.0.2 Mantella viridis, They are still juvenilles so no breeding. I got them captive bred.
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1.0.1 laevigata here. Always calling, never breeding. Both WC.
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Old 02-15-2009, 06:11 PM
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I've been thinking of getting some Mantella pulchra this year. but that doesn't really do anything for your survey
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Nice.

I'll get into them someday. Too bad Devin doesn't post here anymore....
Is he still in Madagascar?
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Old 02-15-2009, 07:21 PM
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Yes, heard from him this morning. Sounds like he is having a blast, despite the riots. Now back to the topic...
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0.0.3 ebenaui, doug peel line from rich


3.2 viridis from rich, pepper line
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I have a probable 1.1 ebenaui- Mark Pepper, from Doug Peel.
I also have 0.0.2 juvies Doug Peel line, and 0.0.5 golden mantella tadpoles, Devin Edmonds line.
All are CB.
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:58 PM
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Lots of Doug Peel mantellas so far...great to see. Let's keep this going, esp. after the weekend DB freeze.
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M. ebenaui
M. madagascariensis
M. crocea


Later this season: M. milotympanum and either M. nigricans / M. expectata, or all three depending on time, space, and money. lol








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Stemcellular, you didn't post what (if any) luck you have had with breeding any of yours.
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So far just luck with breeding the laevigata (see my other post detailing egg to tad to froglet, link below) but I'm hopeful that I'll get the pulchra, viridis and madagascariensis to breed this spring...all are quite fat and coming out of winter cycling... .

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Sweet link. I am sure it doesn't need to be said, but keep us aprised of the breeding efforts. Could you PM me with where you bought your Mantellas, I would like to get some.
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I no longer keep mantellas but Stephen Colbert gave a sort of shout out to them on a re-run today. He was talking about licking frogs to get high and had a picture of an aurantiaca in the top left corner of the screen. Wrong frog but cool.
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Old 02-18-2009, 11:05 AM
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I'm in the UK, but have 2:2:100+ aurantiaca!

Sold lots, and giving a load to a local zoo.

After other types but dont seem to be available over here.
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Very cool, these are some species I have always wanted to try some mantellas. Maybe someday...
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I'm sure one of us could hook you up, Kyle...
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2:0:0 M. baroni
1:0:3 M milotympanum milos are laying eggs, but no luck with getting ant fertile ones.
M. Baroni

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m.pulchra no clear sign of sex on any yet might have a group of females or just juvis. They are more than likely WC

m.madagascariensis no clear sex yet got them the same time as the pulchra so probably WC too.

and I got 3 m.laevigata on the way to my house
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I have a probable 1.1 ebenaui- Mark Pepper, from Doug Peel.
I also have 0.0.2 juvies Doug Peel line, and 0.0.5 golden mantella tadpoles, Devin Edmonds line.
All are CB.
I am almost positive that all of Devin's aurantiaca, like mine, are Ryan Mickaels' line out of CA. So to be consistent, they should be labelled as such.
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0.0.6 ebenaui juveniles here, Doug Peel line by way of Rich Terrell.
1.0.5 - I just heard some calling!
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Nice! And they are only about a year old now, right? Or less? I think my crocea (Devin's line via Doug Peel) started calling earlier in the week as well and they are YOUNG.
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Nice! And they are only about a year old now, right? Or less?
I think they're a little less than a year old at this point, probably around 9-10 months OOW.
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3 female golden mantellas, all c/b, they're egg layers too! too bad i've got to sell them.
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Old 03-04-2009, 02:33 AM
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(Rich, hope you are ok with me adding your post to this since it was the same question)

By insularexotics on Tue Mar 03, 2009 8:57 pm

OK Ray. I'll bite.
M.aurantiaca CB - breeding success 6 out of 7 years
M.pulchra WC - no breeding yet
M.milotympanum WC - few clutches of eggs, none good
M.baroni WC - no success yet
M.ebenaui CB - bred last year
M.nigricans WC - no breeding but just got them this Fall. selling them to another Board member
M.crocea CB - no breeding but just got them last summer

I think that is everyone (Mantella-wise)
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i guess i finally get to contribute to this thread.

i got in 5 Mantella Milotympanum today.

they are all set up in quarantine. so pictures to follow as soon as they are settled in.

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I of course lost my entire mantella collection during the OK ice storm. auratanica,expecta, virdis, betselio, milos, maybe 1 or 2 im forgeting...my blushing all died when a brown out mid summer raised my home temp to nearly a hundred while i was at work(Trailors heat up fast) and they were on a top shelf while most of the other mantella were more at floor level, couple degrees difference between life and death ;( That %@#^ me off... and they were my favorites.

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Just acquired another adult group of WC laevigata for my breeding project for a grand total of 12 adults and one lone froglet.
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I've got three tanks nearly completed on my rack-- now, I just need to snap some better photos.
Female mads and ebenaui go into their tanks this week. Then, it's time to buy another exoterra for the crocea.
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Nice! How many crocea froglets do you have at this point? Oh, and I wasn't losing it, my froglets are calling, albeit faintly and infrequently (usually just after lights out).
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I have nine crocea subadults. I haven't been around enough to listen for calling, but they're not in a permanent tank.

This time, I planted ferns and other stuff in my tanks, not all philodendron based. I did get riccia from the LFS, and I'm going to grow out the clumps so I can use it for dripwalls and along water edge.
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Very nice additions....making me miss mine even more, THANKS!

But seriously good luck with them, and do remember me if you have any offspring
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Those expectata look great! Remember to keep them dry! Do you have any pics of their permanent setup?

On another note, Devin Edmonds is back from Madagascar and has updated his Mantella site.

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Its definitely worth visiting (or revisiting), especially the new photo gallery that is updated with a ton of shots from his recent trip to Madagascar (and some really gorgeous lime green crocea).

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bad news Ray. Well, not really...

My DIY compact fluorescent fixture's endcaps are very loose and somewhat corroding. I barely nudged it today over my mantella rack, and it started to smoke and flicker a bit!

It looks like I need to buy a new fixture, but I need to figure out how to mount the cheaper Nova Extreme T5 fixtures.
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Yeah some nice new pics from Devin. I got my three laevigata btw and they are goin strong and eating the same way. Im rebuilding a pulchra tank so I will get some pics of all up soon....then ima rebuild my madagascariensis tank! someone stop this madness!
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Logan, I hear ya. I already moved the decorative chair out of the study to make some more room.
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I just checked out Devin's page, been awhile since i took a look....And wow i didnt know pulchra came in blue...those are pretty Rad.

I've been a little out of touch on mantella the last year or so, though i do keep an eye out on kingsnake. Does anyone know the import export status of the various mantella species? i've noticed that fewer species are coming in the last year, its like every year 1 or 2 species drop off the list and stop coming in. Are they being restricted or has wild stock been that depleted?
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