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Old 04-24-2005, 09:34 PM
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Default Picked up these three beauties at the White Plains show..

Heres pics of the three green auratus i picked up in white plains....
I do have one question though...is it common for green auratus to have blue stomaches, or might these guys be hybrids?





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Old 04-24-2005, 10:40 PM
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I doubt they are hybrids, the green can sometimes have a blue tint. Nice looking frogs by the way!
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Old 04-25-2005, 12:28 AM
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Nice looking Auratus. Who did you pick them up from? I was at the show, but was hoping for a better selection than I found. Everybody is holding back for IAD I guess.
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not sure of their name but they were maybe two tables down from black jungle walking toward the entrace on the side that blakc jungle had all their plants...Yeah i was deffinatly dissapointed i was hoping to pick up some leucs but no one had any, pretty depressing after a 4 hour drive from upstate. Over all it was fun and a nice trip.
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Beautiful auratus. I love mine, and all the eggs they lay. :-) I did not make the show today, but I'll be at IAD on Friday. I heard that White Plains wasn't too great in the way of darts this time around as well.
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Very common, especially with the Nicaraguan green & black auratus.
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Old 04-25-2005, 04:22 AM
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Yup, as Will stated that can be very common. I have a pair of Panamanians who's offspring display almost an entirely teal and black coloration instead of green and black. The green fades a little as the frogs develop, but the toes retain the blue tint all the way into adulthood.
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