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Old 03-22-2004, 06:20 AM
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I am not good at posting pictures on this board so here is the picture:
http://www.frognet.org/gallery/album20
This guy just finished coming out this weekend and is on a US dime.
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How long was he/she a tadpole? Gorgeous little frog. I am hoping to pick up a few in the future.

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Here you go Jason,
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Very cool, if your looking to sell some let me know. :wink:

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Hey All,
I am not good at posting pictures on this board so here is the picture:
http://www.frognet.org/gallery/album20
This guy just finished coming out this weekend and is on a US dime.
Later and Happy Frogging,
Jason Juchems
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Awesome little frog Jason. Good luck with it and the others in the future!!
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Thanks Everyone for your replies and Thanks Ben for posting the picture. This guy is about 10 weeks old as a tad, I think. He is around this age. I got him along with 7 others as tads in a trade. He is the first to morph out! He finished in the last few days. These are my first amazonicus and I hope to get a breeding group out of these guys.
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