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Old 09-11-2010, 11:51 PM
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Default My NEW leucs!! Thanks Andre! :D DUW

Thanks you so much I love my frogs! They are so amazing, I have been looking for darts for about 2 months now, and joined dendroboard to get a better feel for my future arrivals, well now they are here and I am in love! I already fed them a few fruit flies and they went RIGHT after them, little piggies. I will be naming them asap, but until them its just dart 1 and 2.

Here you go, pictures!

Sorry about quality, its my cell. Saving up for a real camera





Cute little temp caging until their quarentien is over

Future ten gal (WIP)



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Default Re: My NEW leucs!! Thanks Andre! :D DUW

congrats, what kind of substrate are u keeping them on?
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Default Re: My NEW leucs!! Thanks Andre! :D DUW

Beautiful! I love leucomelas

That looks like peat moss?

You're going to LOVE their call if you happen to have a male animal, hehe...hopefully your tank(s) isn't in your bedroom though, like mine.....*blink**blink!*





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Default Re: My NEW leucs!! Thanks Andre! :D DUW

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congrats, what kind of substrate are u keeping them on?
Thanks! They are on what he kept them on, in the little tub. It looks like a mixture of cocofiber, potting soil, and some leaf litter.

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Beautiful! I love leucomelas

That looks like peat moss?

You're going to LOVE their call if you happen to have a male animal, hehe...hopefully your tank(s) isn't in your bedroom though, like mine.....*blink**blink!*
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Thanks so much! I wanted azures or tinc patrica, surinam, cobalt etc... but I got these. They are on like the soil like I said above.

It is my room! Its not like im nocturnal, I do not think the call will bug me in the day. I want a pair and if not ill look for another female or male
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