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Old 03-12-2005, 06:15 PM
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Well being as bored as I have been lately I have decide to put this little guessing game on to see what others think........I have posted the pics below and they are of the frogs belly. Have Fun I will post the answers when it looks like noone is posting anymore so maybe a week or so.
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Old 03-12-2005, 06:24 PM
 
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Awsome post Josh!
I'm winging it on some of these.
1) D. ventrimaculatus
2)D. pumilio (bruno)
3) D. auratus
4) E. tricolor???
5) D. fantasticus???
6) D. tinctorius (Powder blue)
That was fun!
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Old 03-13-2005, 01:15 AM
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63 views and only 1 guess come on guys you can do better than that.
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1. Fantasticus
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#3: D. auratus
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#6 has to be azureus or maybe New river
#5 Imitator (maybe)
#3 Black and green auratus
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Keep it comming guys only 3 have been identified correctly
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1. Ventrimaculatus
2. Looks like a bicolor ???
3. Auratus for sure
4. hmmmmmmm
5. Imitator
6. Azureus

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1. vent
2. green or bruno pumilio
3. auratus
4. tricolor
5. Atelopus sp? :wink:
6. tinc (new river?)

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#6- cobalt
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Josh,

Which 3 have been identified correctly?

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1. fantasticus
2. pumilio, blue/green
3. auratus
4. yellow belly :lol:
5. imitator
6. tinctorius
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now 1 fant,2 bruno, 4 tricolor, 6 dwarf cobalt
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3 leuc?
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3 trunc
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Imitator
Pumilio
vent
4. unknown
fant
cobalt
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# 3 is a yellow Trunc......only one more to go and its the one thats stumped everyone. who has the answer NUMBER 5 is..................................
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Forget it....
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Some kind of sipalawini.

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could that been reticulatus?
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since its been a good guess i will tell you number 5 is an inferalanis. Thanks for all that have participated....hope you enjoyed
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Give us a hint of #5 Josh, thumbnail or Tinc?
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