Ok guys, as requested… i busted out a photo shoot today. Enjoy the pics everyone. Thanks for looking,
First stop, Leucomelas in my living room. I have a group of 6 in this 55 gal. This was my first tank and I still really like it. Frogs are about 11 months old, can't wait to hear them call soon.
Here's one of the guys chilling on this gnarly old moldy chunk of driftwood
Into the frog room. Condo living, gotta have my toolbox somewhere.
Here are the racks… almost fully populated. going to build a couple more twenties for the top shelf on the right eventually.
Lousy photo of the first 20 vert in the tour. This jungle houses 2.2 French Guiana Ventrimaculata from Sean Stewart. They're my most prolific breeders.
Tad Zone! Ventrimaculata on the left, Auratus and Tinctorius on the right. Also have a couple of traded tads almost out of the water. Southern Variabilis in the morphing containers. And a group of SI Anthonyi tads as well.
20 vert that houses 2.2 Ventrimaculata 'Amazonica'. Wish i could get these guys to breed more. they very rarely drop a clutch, and yields are very low… Not sure what the problem is. I supplement all my frogs with Repashy Calcium+ every feeding.
Couple o begonias in a jar just for fun.
20 vert housing 1.1 Chazuta Intermedius and their froglet. Why yes, I do rot brooms and kill orchids like nobody's business.
10 vert housing 1.0.1 Varadero Imitators. Definitely need to replace that broom and get it out of the soil.
Extremely rare sight in my frog room! One of my R. Lamasi 'Orange Panguana' decided not to high tail it as soon as i walked in the room!
20 vert housing 1.1.2 Orange Lamasi. No breeding from these guys… although i did see a smaller frog the other day with some markings that i didn't recognize. Perhaps they snuck one by me several months ago and I'm just a lousy frogger? Who knows.
Empty 10 vert… will probably use it to raise up Ventrimaculata froglets.
this is what 10 gallons of rex begonia looks like. there are 2 capira auratus hanging out in this thing somewhere. they're very skittish, but cool looking frogs.
The jungle cover on my super blue auratus set up. I bought this tank already made and it has a cool cave under all this growth where my frogs love to breed. Doesn't photograph well, but take my word for it. it's cool.
exo 18x18x24 that is in desperate need of plant work. Currently has my azureus in it, but I plan on moving them to a terrestrial 10 gal and getting this ready for my 4 southern variabilis when they morph out.
Don't tell her she might be moving soon. she'll get pissed and hide from me!
another 18x18x24 that needs some plant work. This one houses my 3 Tor Linbo line Variabilis. They are such sneaky little farts. I can always find one or two of them, but they stay smushed into corners and stuff. I've heard lotsa calling lately, so fingers are crossed.
The BIG EXO 36x18x24. This houses my hopeful pair of Solarte PUmilio you guys saw some photos of in the last post. I figured, might as well give them a few options for broms =). Can't wait for some of the creepers i planted to cover up that brown great stuff wall.
Mr. Solarte himself.
18" cube exo. This is one of my fav tanks. It's only been up a few months, can't wait until things start to spread out a bit. Houses 2 Vanzolinii juvies.
Terrestrial 10 gal for my Alanis Tinc pair. Simple, but effective. They're laying about a clutch a week in the coconuts.
10 gallon terrestrial setup for my beautiful green sips. These guys have the coolest colors
He's a beaut!
The racks as seen from my froggin chair. You've been inside almost all of the tanks now. Didn't show the works in progress.