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Old 03-31-2005, 12:19 AM
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Default Olemarie Tinc pattern diversity

I just got these two Tinc Olemarie from Black Jungle and I have to admit I was a bit surprised at how different the frogs look. Is this common with this Tinc morph? TIA for your thoughts.

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Old 12-28-2009, 05:13 AM
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Default Re: Olemarie Tinc pattern diversity

I too purchased my Olies from Black Jungle. Mine also are slightly different in appearance. Mine are breeding prolifically, and all of the offspring are pretty uniform in appearance. They look more like the lower frog in your pic. A lot of yellow / Kind of pastel yellow on the front legs and a big black spot on the back.
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The frog on top is awesome!



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Default Re: Olemarie Tinc pattern diversity

I got mine from Black Jungle too, mine are about 8-9 months old. I love the way they look. They mostly look like yours on the top of the photo, if you click my website you can see more photos of them, from froglets to juveniles and how their patterns change a bit. I got 8 of them, but not sure how many different ones I have photographed on my site. Mostly look similar. CAPhoto's Photos- powered by SmugMug
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Default Re: Olemarie Tinc pattern diversity

You all see that Bill's original post date was 2005!

His Tincs are grandparents by now
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Default Re: Olemarie Tinc pattern diversity

Now thats what I call ressurection haha,

Nice frogs though.

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Default Re: Olemarie Tinc pattern diversity

Here is a pic of my female, the male has more reduced pattern, however they will throw out a ton of different colors, some with solid yellow backs and others with more like an alanis pattern.
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