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Old 03-19-2005, 07:34 PM
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Our little guys are growing up...thought the contrast of green frog on red/purple plant was interesting.

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Wow! What kind of a bromeliad is that?
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Good question. Also, who sells them?
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Crypanthus sp. You can get them almost anywhere, even HD.
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Cryptanthus from Ken at Peaceofthetropics.

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That is a cool plant. Are the tips sharp? They look as though they are thorn like.
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The spines if you can call them that are firm but not sharp. Think of a dull and pliable saw (best description I can think of). I have run my fingers along them and they are not particularly sharp (I have some other broms that would pose a problem to that finger test :lol: )

The terribilis don't seem to mind them at all and they are pretty young froglets. As a matter of fact, one of them huddles under the Crypt to shelter at night and obviously they don't mind hopping all over them chasing FFs, springtails....

I like the color and can't wait to see what the flower looks like :wink:

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