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Old 09-28-2010, 06:42 PM
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I'm selling these, so I had to get photos for potential buyers. I figured people on db might like to see some photos. You'll probably have to click the images to see them full-size. I already have buyers lined up, so this isn't a solicitation for interest.

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Old 09-28-2010, 06:46 PM
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holy cow i want some lol....
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Gorgeous frogs! Any more information on the lineage? Also, are these officially legal? Thanks!


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Fantastic frogs!
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Old 09-28-2010, 07:17 PM
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A price would be good
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I'm selling these, so I had to get photos for potential buyers. I figured people on db might like to see some photos. You'll probably have to click the images to see them full-size. I already have buyers lined up, so this isn't a solicitation for interest.
Reading - its fundamental.

Jon, finally heard of someone getting eggs from theirs, pretty cool. Do (did?) you have all males?
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:drool: lol
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Reading - its fundamental.

Jon, finally heard of someone getting eggs from theirs, pretty cool. Do (did?) you have all males?
LOL! In his defense, I edited the original post after he wrote that. I got a slew of PMs asking about these.

I acquired 4 to begin with, and the only caller died after being transferred from a temp viv to (what I thought at the time would be) a permanent home. They were thriving in the temp viv, so I'm not sure what happened. Anyhow, when I was transferring them to the new enclosure, there were many eggs in the broms. I didn't find any in the broms I just emptied, so I'm guessing these might all be females. That said, I am positive at least one of them is. The other two are unproven either way.
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those are some interesting frogs for sure!
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Beautiful!
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Reading - its fundamental.

Jon, finally heard of someone getting eggs from theirs, pretty cool. Do (did?) you have all males?
ill hold back any smart ass remarks but I did think i missed it at first

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Gorgeous.... make sure they go to someone who has the experience to breed em!
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Awesome lookers!
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Beautiful frogs, thanks for the pictures. Good luck to whoever is lucky enough to get them.
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I would LOVE to try those three out but my hands are tied with my pumilio solartes and I'm still working on my 4 foot tall viv. I was reading your thread, but I wan't sure: Were they obtained from another breeder or were they offspring? If they're offspring maybe in the future when my 4 footer is established and mature.
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That species is only transfered to the most experienced of hobbyists.

Hopefully, it won't be "years and years" until they become a little more available to the average hobbyist.
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That species is only transfered to the most experienced of hobbyists.

Hopefully, it won't be "years and years" until they become a little more available to the average hobbyist.
Haha. In a perfect world maybe.
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Crazy....On the "to get" list hahah
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Haha. In a perfect world maybe.
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Is this species legal to keep?
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