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Old 01-27-2010, 10:14 PM
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Yup I thought as much.

Really love the bicolors, and even through your videos I'm warming to the mint terribs.

Keep up the good work with the vids.

Cheers Ray.

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Yup I thought as much.

Really love the bicolors, and even through your videos I'm warming to the mint terribs.

Keep up the good work with the vids.

Cheers Ray.

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Thanks! Btw, where in Scotland do you live? I went to Univ. in Dublin and have a good number of mates in Glascow and E'Burgh.
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Thanks! Btw, where in Scotland do you live? I went to Univ. in Dublin and have a good number of mates in Glascow and E'Burgh.
Hiya again Ray.

I live In Ayr, which is about 1 hour South of Glasgow by train, I am always In Glasgow, its a fantastic city.

Edinburgh is a tad further away, (train to Glasgow then around another 1hour train) I need to get back up there sometime, that's where I saw darts in person for the first time, all those years ago in the Zoo's reptile house.

Did you like it here mate?

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Some solarte froglets I'm babysitting.





And finally some success!

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Congratz! Yay for terribs. How many terribs are in that terrarium?
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Thanks, 2.1.

Check this out:
YouTube - Male Ameerega bassleri guarding developing eggs

and this!
YouTube - O. pumilio "Solarte" froglets

and finally, the best video i've taken!
YouTube - Male O. pumilio "El Dorado" calling
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Great videos Ray. I love the way the El Dorado takes a break, and then comes back out for an encore performance. Also, seeing just how much the bassleri tadpoles move is a real treat.

When did you get all these pumilio? I thought you just had those Colons?
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Old 02-21-2010, 05:12 AM
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Great videos Ray. I love the way the El Dorado takes a break, and then comes back out for an encore performance. Also, seeing just how much the bassleri tadpoles move is a real treat.

When did you get all these pumilio? I thought you just had those Colons?
Eldos were adopted along with some other stuff. The solarte are being babysat for Dan.
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I think I've figured out your secret ray. All of your tanks epitomize KISS and the frogs seem to love it. And I stand by my assertion that in a couple if I didn't see the edges of the tank I would swear I was looking at a shot in the jungle.
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Knowing that your frog room is near capacity now, I'm looking forward to seeing what happens when some frogs come along that you have to have but don't have the space for . Maybe ditch the living room and make that another frog room? Of course you could give up your bedroom too, and start sleeping on the couch instead.
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Nice Frogs and sweet room!
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Congrats on the Terrib eggs Ray!

Been trying for a while?

Love the El Dorado video, he sure does know how to call!

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I think I've figured out your secret ray. All of your tanks epitomize KISS and the frogs seem to love it. And I stand by my assertion that in a couple if I didn't see the edges of the tank I would swear I was looking at a shot in the jungle.
Thanks Ryan!

Mike, yeah, well, if any tanks show up outside the frog room I will be sleeping on the couch.... I do have some more room at work (can take a page from Julio's approach).

Thanks, Richie, they have been courting for months but no breeding until just recently.
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Glad all the courting finally paid off.

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Had my pair of eldos for a little over a week...already some good eggs!


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[QUOTE=stemcellular;415741]Suppose I finally have enough tanks to warrant a "frog room" thread...enjoy.




Thanks for sharing! For some reason I really like the look of this grown in tank, very cool. What is that plant in there? I like how it grows.
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Wait, now I'm confused, which plant are you talking about... the aroid in the top of the pic (monstera) or the pepperonia surrounding the pepperi? I have plenty of both!

Just for the record, this thread is single-handedly responsible for my purchasing 4 pepperi. My wife is maaaaaad at you.
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Glad to be of service! The plant is ficus pumilio....a fast growing weed.
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got enough biodiversity now in that little house in Boston?
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its a jungle in here!
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Further development of those pictured above:




And so new ones:


Tad pack!


Male bassleri guarding eggs:


Juvie male bassleri strutting his stuff:
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Quick, somebody get me a napkin, I'm drooling!
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you ain't seen nothing yet!

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M. viridis froglet


M. aurantiaca froglets




D. auratus 'Capira'




Solarte juvies






Melanophryniscus stelzneri







Male A. bassleri defending clutch




D. auratus 'Panama 04' frogpole ready to climb oow
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Should have let me into that El Dorado tank...
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I love those little toads, what is your vivarium like for the toads? I have seen a recent boom of these available and I just wondered how people were setting these little guys up. Sorry not to put you on the spot Ray
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Further development of those pictured above:




And some new ones:
Yesterday...
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Yay, transport shot .
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haha, and transport video:

YouTube - R. variabilis transporting a tadpole
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Another fun video:

YouTube - Pair of A. bassleri courting
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And another...

YouTube - Pair of O. pumilio 'El Dorado' courting
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The Tadpole Scarf, this spring's must-have accessory.
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The new female addition has been welcomed with clasped arms!

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Nice! You can never have too many Bicolor!
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So I finally got a new camera. Still learning the ropes but got a few good shots this evening.

A. bassleri 'Sapasoa'








A. pepperi froglet



P. bicolor




D. auratus 'Panama'





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1AM, huh ray? ;-)

I'll bring some tree fern panel over for you next week, for those orchids.
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Must....resist...urge.....to fill...apartment...with...frogs...

The fact that my wife would murder me helps too. She told me that she had a dream about opening up my frog's tank to mist them, them jumping out, crawling up her nose, and laying eggs.

Some seriously nice pictures and frogs!
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Thanks, my wife is pretty damn understanding. She actually likes taking her business associates over to see the frog room. We are all science nerds any way, so it works out. Only rule is that all frogs and frog related stuff stays in that room. Otherwise, its fair game.
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