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Old 06-20-2011, 06:44 PM
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Got 3 froglets from Andy @ Brooklyn Dart Frogs at the Tri-State area meet a while ago. They were tiny when I got them and have gotten much bigger since. Two of them have grown much more than the third for some reason. They were very shy at first but have become more bold since. I can actually take pictures of them now without them darting away. Anyways, onto the pictures:







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Lovely vents bud.

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nice, before you know it, you will be up to your eye balls with froglets once they get going.
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Great pictures, mine have also gotten much more bold as they matured. Now I just wish mine would breed more readily and give me healthy froglets Still some of my favorite frogs though.
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nice, before you know it, you will be up to your eye balls with froglets once they get going.
Its hard to stop them, unless if you make the viv dry, but as soon as you start misting gain they get back into action quickly.
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Lovely vents bud.

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nice, before you know it, you will be up to your eye balls with froglets once they get going.
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Great pictures, mine have also gotten much more bold as they matured. Now I just wish mine would breed more readily and give me healthy froglets Still some of my favorite frogs though.
Bryan
I hope mine start breeding soon too. They are pretty close to adult size, besides the one "runt."

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Its hard to stop them, unless if you make the viv dry, but as soon as you start misting gain they get back into action quickly.
Just like my SI's! But more colorful
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Very nice looking frogs. Those are certainly on my list for my 2 smaller vivs once I get springs/isos established in them.
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Good looking vents Mitch. I bet they'll follow in your SI's footsteps when it comes time to breeding
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Yhey are some beautiful frogs!
My female tarapoto looked almost indistinguishable from an Iquitos vent.
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Great frog, and lovely photos.
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Very nice looking frogs. Those are certainly on my list for my 2 smaller vivs once I get springs/isos established in them.
Thanks. I highly recommend them!

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Good looking vents Mitch. I bet they'll follow in your SI's footsteps when it comes time to breeding
Hopefully. I hear they can be very prolific. If they are you can count yourself in for some cheap tads .

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Yhey are some beautiful frogs!
My female tarapoto looked almost indistinguishable from an Iquitos vent.
Thanks! That's interesting, got any pictures?

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Great frog, and lovely photos.
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