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Old 06-28-2011, 08:58 PM
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Picked up a trio of these guys from Mark Pepper at lunch time today. SWEET!!!


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Old 06-28-2011, 09:04 PM
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Nice Gary! First on your list!
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Old 06-28-2011, 09:08 PM
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Nice nice! That had to be one damn good lunch!
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Old 06-28-2011, 09:09 PM
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Sweet!!! I wanted them for my last tank but I've heard they are very shy. Congrats though!! The truly are stunning!
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Old 06-28-2011, 09:52 PM
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Lucky! Those look great! I'm very envious now.
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Old 06-28-2011, 09:53 PM
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very nice! really cool frogs IMO. are those the sauce population or the ones from the huallaga canyon?
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are those the sauce population or the ones from the huallaga canyon?
Not sure. I'll have to find that out from Mark.
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I am 99.9% sure they are the "sauce" population.
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Wow beautiful frogs! How are they like?
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Nice, catching them in a dry river bed in Sauce was pretty cool as well.
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Those look great Gary!
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Great looking frogs Gary. Let us know how they do. I'm very curious about their boldness.

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Nice, catching them in a dry river bed in Sauce was pretty cool as well.
Yeah, rub it in Ray .
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They like it wet in my viv, and breed in film container horiz, up high, with a tiny bit of water in them.

leaf litter, banana chunks and maggots/ff seem to do well for them.

they are shy, so dust every feeding as they wont come out quick to hunt dusted FF like imis etc

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They like it wet in my viv, and breed in film container horiz, up high, with a tiny bit of water in them.

leaf litter, banana chunks and maggots/ff seem to do well for them.

they are shy, so dust every feeding as they wont come out quick to hunt dusted FF like imis etc

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Thanks Shawn.

I do have them in tall viv so I'll be able to place some film cannister up high. Also have a nice thick layer of mag leaves LOADED with springs.

Right now it's "lights out" on my vivs for the summer months to help keep them on the cooler side. Since I've done that I've noticed the frogs out & about more. Hopefully that will help the summersi shyness as well
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I would love to add these to my collection! So beautiful. Good luck!
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looks like other got gifts from understory... i got a group of 4 Chrome Basleri. The Summersi Look great.
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Springtails have been a big help in getting mine to come out. They go nuts for them and just ignore me.
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