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Old 03-02-2005, 10:13 PM
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Default WA Breeders: S.Lamasi, Pumilio, Minyobates Fulguritus pics

When I was in the Seattle area I took a picture of a beautiful Standard Lamasi. It belongs to Ken from Peace of the Tropics. Enjoy!

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Hey David!
Nice frog and nice pic. That frog has great coloring!!
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Old 03-02-2005, 11:31 PM
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Thanks Steven...you should see the frog up close and personal...simply amazing! Speaking of amazing, I want one of your tree stumps.

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Old 03-02-2005, 11:51 PM
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Ken is a lucky man...even luckier if his pair started to breed!
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Looks like your having fun in WA
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David,
Great pics! Let me guess you are enjoying your new camera! See ya soon.
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Thanks Mike. It's a great camera, but the 100 macro lens is a really nice piece of glass which makes all the difference! The camera body itself will probably last me at least 3 years and after that my lenses will transfer to whatever I decide to get down the road. That said, I'm along way from outgrowing this camera.

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Beautiful frogs and great pics!!! Sigh...I'm already trying to figure out how to get some Pumilo. Lamasi, Fantasticus....help...stop me...I'm totally addicted :P

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Thanks, but the frogs and the lens stole the show. I'm just trying to learn how to use it to the fullest. Frogs are quite a challenging subject, especially the thumbnails.

Elmo,

I've been bitten too! Darren Meyer (WADS member) has some Quinquevittatus froglets that are out of this world for $135 each. I almost flew home $400 poorer and you hardly ever see them for sale and I'll probably regret not getting them.

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So did you wind up getting anything?

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Mike...I got some Fantasticus...notice how this one has an interesting pattern with a lot of orange.
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I also got some Panguana Lamasi.
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Im drooling at that Fulguritus......burble burble....
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I also got a trio of Imitators.
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That is an awesome green on that imitator. Did he have anymore froglets of that line for sale?
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They are almost completely full grown. I think he had like 4 more at $75.00 each.
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Those are some AWESOME pictures!! What kind of camera are u using to take these GREAT pictures?

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Thanks for the compliments. It's a Canon Digital Rebel with a 100mm macro lens. The lens makes all the difference. I love my new photography set-up.
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Your Welcome.. About how much does that camera go for?
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This was a very recent purchase. I got the black model, which was about $50 more than the silver model at $900 before the rebate and $600 after the rebate! They just came out with the Rebel 350 so you could probably get older Rebel that I just purchased for about $600.
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NICE.....Where did u get the rebate from? (IF u dont mind me asking)!
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Through Canon.

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Very nice frogs. Nice macro shots very sharp.
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Thanks DMartin72
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What are you looking at?
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VERY NICE PICTURE!!! :shock: :shock: :shock:
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Great pictures :shock: , especially the lamasi panguana looks fantastic. They're just too cute .
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My FAVORITE is the Standard Lamasi!!! They are just so BEAUTIFULE!!!!! I wish I had one of my own :cry: :cry:
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