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Old 04-18-2005, 11:59 PM
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Old 04-19-2005, 12:05 AM
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I think that's the deepest red I've seen on an Amazonicus. Beauty!
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That is a beautiful pic!!!
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Great shot, whats it on?
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Old 04-19-2005, 01:24 AM
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It's one of those PetSmart logs.
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That is a beautiful frog! :shock: I don't think any of our Ammys are anywhere near that red! Great pic!

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I too use the petsmart logs. I think they look great. They also do not grow mold on them. I just wish they were not 20 bucks.
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Great picture, that is the nicest ammy I have seen, most I see are a orange color. How about some yellow fants next?
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Yeah, they are a bit pricey but I've been able to find some marked down on occasion and I stock up. I like that they don't rot, look fairly realistic, and can be cleaned thoroghly without leaving any cleaner residue.

Send me some yellow fantasticus and I'll gladly post some pictures :-)
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That is an awesome pic. May I ask who you got the D. amazonicus from?
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Old 04-19-2005, 10:16 PM
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They are most likely from Todd Kelleys line.
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I know it has been discussed that diet will affect coloration on frogs but do you think that the lighting has anything to do with as well?
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I'll work on it Rob :wink:
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You can certainly enhance and sometimes washout colors with different lighting techniques. In this case the picture is a pretty accurate representation of the actual colors of the frog.
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Beautiful frog. Very vivid colors!
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