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Old 08-14-2012, 11:59 PM
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yeah. its funny, they normally breed during winter/early spring but for some reason, after 3 seasons of sticking to their schedule, they have been breeding non stop all summer, despite much warmer temps in the frogroom. I'm literally drowning in their offspring, tads, eggs... all from a 1.1 pair of F2s.
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yeah, normally, sometimes every other, or even every other, other... really.
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I'm literally drowning in their offspring, tads, eggs... all from a 1.1 pair of F2s.
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:33 PM
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Feel free to swing by Boston on the drive back. I have an egg clutch with your name on it.
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Trio of E. tricolor and E. anthonyi tanks

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Stem, I love how you stopped using GS for backgrounds. Those Epi tanks are awesome.
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just wondering how the growstone/featherlite is working out for you. i have some but have yet to use it.
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And one of their offspring that I'm growing up
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just wondering how the growstone/featherlite is working out for you. i have some but have yet to use it.
I really like it Walt, much lighter than leca
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just wondering how the growstone/featherlite is working out for you. i have some but have yet to use it.
Just wear a mask and soak it or rinse it, you don't wanna inhale all that glass dust.
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I've never encountered much dust. I just toss a bag into a 5g bucket and rinse a few times.
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Yeah it's not a lot but I still see it rise up when I pour it out of the bag
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Came home from travel to find three gals ready to pop...Looks like I have a 2.3 group

H. valerioi








Decided to move them from their QT to a breeding tank. Great plug and play waterfall fom M Novy! Some P. joeppi and P. squamiferum and presto!







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Good luck, Ray. Mike is definitely the king of tree frog breeding.
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Stunning!!! One day I will have a room like this. Hopefully. A min amphibian, jungle, oasis..
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Wow those photos are great! It would be nice to see what was going on inside of my frogs.
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New home for the P. lugubris as part of the frog room makeover. They seem to be enjoying it.









And a bunch of excess marcgravia
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I like the no background look!
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Hey Ray,
Was going through the older part of this thread and was wondering what this guy was. uploadfromtaptalk1350742556665.jpg
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looks like an ameerega bassleri chrome blue/green
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No, black or sapasoa bassleri
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As part of my continued overhaul I finally had time to finish the Mantella sp. rack. Very happy with how it turned out. Tanks are incredibly light and nicely ventilated, as well as only spagnum moss and cork, which will allow for easy cycling. Plus, the LEDs really cut away any heat and allow for a cleaner aesthetic.



And yes, one of the enclosures is for my A. hoogmoedi during dry season.
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very cool! Gotta love frog rooms
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And some updated tank shots

P. aurotaenia




P. terribilis







A. bassleri
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A. bassleri













O. pumilio "Chiriqui"


O. pumilio "Salt Creek"
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Ray I'm really liking the phyllobate tanks - nice layouts
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What species of peperomia is this in the front (small leaves, red stems)? Or is that pilea aquamarine?
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Love that bassleri tank Stem.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TiF...e_gdata_player Just saw this on YouTube. This is a Black Bassleri correct?
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Basti froglet




Escudo male watering egg clutch


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Not sure if I've said this before, but those escudo are gorgeous!
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Poor little thing is crying up a storm. What's he so upset about?

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Stem, you are my ideal froggers! Greetings
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LOL, I think alot of people have a man crush on Stem and his tanks...
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Are these the famous yellow bastimientos from saurian?
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