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Old 07-17-2011, 03:49 PM
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Hi all,

Short introduction, because you are here for the frog pics. We (my girlfriend and I) live in the Netherlands, Europe. The reason I post this thread now is that I was the lucky receiver of a 60 mm macrolens recently and our frogs have been victims of it since that very day. Currently, we have the following species hopping around:
Phyllobates bicolor
Phyllobates terribilis 'orange'
Ranitomeya ventrimaculata 'red'
Ranitomeya vanzolinii
Oophaga pumilio 'bastimentos'
Dendrobates tinctorius 'azureus'

I'll try to post pictures regularly, mostly frog pictures, but I suspect my tanks will pop up as well. I have quite some database filled already, but since uploading the whole collection at once is no fun: I'll just start slowly with new and old pictures and keep on posting pics like forever.

I shoot with Canon, some were taken with my old 300D, some with a borrowed 30D. I hope to get my own camera later this year.

To start with: Phyllobates bicolor
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love that first shot! we need a full tank shot as well
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Love those shots! Truly looking forward to more of them! Also i agree with Julio, full tank shot please!


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love that first shot! we need a full tank shot as well
Agreed. Great first shot and we definately want a full tank shot. All the photos are fantastic actually.
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Old 07-18-2011, 12:30 PM
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New day, new photos.

As requested. We have 3 tanks in our living room. I'll give the european measures, since I'm not that comfortable with feet and gallons..

The first one is 125 wide, 50 deep and 80 high.
The second is 80x50x90.
The smallest is 80x40x40, and currently being renewed.

Credits for the backgrounds go to Suzanne, she's very creative and very good with paint, acryllic adhesive 'flevopol' and Great Stuff.
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Old 07-18-2011, 03:33 PM
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Those are some Beautiful Tanks!! What did you use to make the rocks?
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Old 07-18-2011, 03:50 PM
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We used great stuff and styrofoam, cut it in shape, covered that with cement and painted that with acryllic paint.
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That first tank is just absolutely amazing. Very nice work!
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Old 07-18-2011, 07:42 PM
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Thanks for the compliments Actually, it wasn't covered in cement but in flexible and waterproof tile adhesive. I was inspired by Arielelf actually!

US measures of the tanks:
rocky one: 132 gallon tank (49 inch long, 31 inch high, 20 inch deep)
vertical one: 95 gallon tank (31 inch long, 35 inch high, 20 inch deep)
horizontal one: 128 gallon tank (31 inch long, 16 inch high, 16 inch deep)

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Old 07-18-2011, 08:46 PM
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Beautiful setups and frogs!
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:35 AM
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Today, my personal favorite frog. Ranitomeya vanzollinii
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I've always admired European tanks,they are so creative
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Old 07-20-2011, 09:38 AM
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Belly shot!
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For today, a frog that we do not have anymore. Hyloxalus azureiventris.
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Old 07-22-2011, 10:22 AM
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Another day, more pictures!

It's a phyllobates terribilis, currently still in quarantaine (under very strange lightening...) but soon inhabitant of the high cornerviv in our living room. They're 10 months old now, becoming more and more orange en growing/fattening up every day.
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Vanzolinii, a very moving frog.
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Awesome pictures keep then coming!

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Old 07-24-2011, 11:15 AM
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Our new beauties. Still in quarantaine, but nonetheless very photogenic.
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Old 07-25-2011, 10:58 AM
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Yesterday was the female, the pic of today is the male.
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Old 07-26-2011, 09:48 AM
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Phyllobates bicolor in all its glory.
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Azureus, 7 months old.

We heard calling last week, pretty early.
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Thanks for the compliments Actually, it wasn't covered in cement but in flexible and waterproof tile adhesive. I was inspired by Arielelf actually!

US measures of the tanks:
rocky one: 132 gallon tank (49 inch long, 31 inch high, 20 inch deep)
vertical one: 95 gallon tank (31 inch long, 35 inch high, 20 inch deep)
horizontal one: 128 gallon tank (31 inch long, 16 inch high, 16 inch deep)
if those are the measurements, then they are:

rocky - 132[same]
vertical - 95[same]
Horizontal - 34[+/-.35]

but based on this:

Quote:
The first one is 125 wide, 50 deep and 80 high.
The second is 80x50x90.
The smallest is 80x40x40, and currently being renewed.
they are[assuming it's in cm]

-26
-95[same]
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just thought I'd point that out...







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Old 07-29-2011, 11:23 AM
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Tnx for the clarifications.

And tnx for all the likes.

This picture is not mine, my mom made it, but I think it's so awesome I'll post it anyway.
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Our group ventrimaculata have recently been expanded with a male. Two weeks ago, we found a clutch of one egg, with a lot of jelly. Yesterday we found another, bigger clutch On top of that, we saw the male hopping around with a tadpole on is back. So completely awesome.

The pic of today is no ventrimaculata, but a surreal enhanced Vanzo-shot.
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Sorry about the mixup. Bit unfamiliar with the Anglosaxon measurements and not a calculation miracle
Gallons are: 132, 95, 34!
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Old 07-31-2011, 10:29 AM
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The picture is not the greatest, but I felt like ventrimaculata today.
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This is an awesome thread, the frogs are so cool! The bicolor's are probably my fav, their faces have so much character.
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Old 08-01-2011, 10:56 AM
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Tnx, Gootswa. This one is for you.
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Anyone up for more frogs? Our terribilisgroup has come out clean off the quarantaine, and have found a home in the 95 gal tank. Everything is going great, but since their a little shy in these first days, here's a pic from the quarantaine period.
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Tnx, Gootswa. This one is for you.
Awesome! That's a great picture as well, did you just get them recently?
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Awesome! That's a great picture as well, did you just get them recently?
Suzanne made it.

We have them more than 2 years now (hence the big picture database ), and our group is about 3 years old now. They've given us plenty of offspring, currently about 30 little bicolors hopping around. I plan on a shoot where we can show their development and our way of raising the tadpoles and froglets.
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That's so cool, the reason that I asked how long you had them was because you had said that they just came out of qt.
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That would be the terribilis. The bicolors (from the foto) have been with us for 2 years now. The terri's have yet to earn their keep To be fair, they do look similar! Just hoping they will "orange up" soon
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azureus offspring
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Took some days off, but here are the pictures again.

Either or bicolor male thought he was a thumbnailspecies, or he thought that was a great spot for an eggclutch.
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To bad I can't capture the sound in photos....
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