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Old 10-23-2014, 03:29 PM
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Go pokes! Ah hell who am I kidding, I slept through most of the games... but I did work at Jr Murphys bar

Congrats on the glass frogs, and... Welcome back to the forums

I spent many an afternoon at JR Murphy's over the last year...can't beat those $5 pitchers after a long day

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Old 10-26-2014, 04:52 PM
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I was going to look into bean beetles, how do you like them?
I like the bean beetles a lot! They're a nice "set it and forget it" type of culture, that only needs attention once or twice a month to set up a new one real quick. An awesome supplement or back up. My frogs didn't like them at first, but quickly grew to love them. My skinks and some of my fish like them, too.
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Put me down for some glass frog tad froglets, they have been on my list for a while now! Did someone mention beer? Sounds like a nice ice breaker for a Manhattan froggers meet up.

How's your nano reef? I dabble in saltwater as well, here's my thread on R2R

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Old 10-27-2014, 09:53 PM
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Put me down for some glass frog tad froglets, they have been on my list for a while now! Did someone mention beer? Sounds like a nice ice breaker for a Manhattan froggers meet up.

How's your nano reef? I dabble in saltwater as well, here's my thread on R2R

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Sure thing! May have one available soon, front leg buds coming in, the others are in various stages of development, but will hopefully be leaving the water in a few months.

That's an awesome reef tank! Love the Euphyllia, I just added my first frogspawn last week. It's still a fairly new tank, around the two month mark. I've got a handful of softie and LPS frags right now, just waiting for things to take off.

Also, a Manhattan meet up sounds great. Beer and frogs are always a good combo.
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Here are my tanks the 18x18x24 is what 4 powder blues are in and the 60 gal is where they are going to go after it grows in a bit more sry for the condensation I can't seem to find my tank squeegee. I will be getting a group of luecs to put in the zoomed after I move the powder blues I got another tank I'm working on I had it set up in TX but neglected it since the move so slowly get it back. I'll post a couple more detailed pic this weekend kinda busy atm


60 gal, the right jungle dawn led went out right before I took pic so if anyone has one send me a pm

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Holy spray bar, that's like a car wash, but kind of cool! Set ups are looking well, and I'm a sucker for tinctorius, slap up some anuran pictures when you get a chance.


Ryan, put me down for 4-5 since they are a few months out. I've got an empty exo that I'll drill and plant up in the next few weeks. I'd like to see your set up for them if you get a chance. Most I have seen include a larger water area, aroids, and some stone mimics. How many gallons are you working with on the reef?
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Holy spray bar, that's like a car wash, but kind of cool! Set ups are looking well, and I'm a sucker for tinctorius, slap up some anuran pictures when you get a chance.
Yes when I was drilling the top I drilled to close to the edge to fit the nozzles so I had to improvise took a part the double nozzles and that's what I came up with

I'll post more pics this weekend I'll be gone rest of week for work

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Old 10-28-2014, 04:51 AM
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Ryan, put me down for 4-5 since they are a few months out. I've got an empty exo that I'll drill and plant up in the next few weeks. I'd like to see your set up for them if you get a chance. Most I have seen include a larger water area, aroids, and some stone mimics. How many gallons are you working with on the reef?
Will do, and I can PM you some pics of my tank but you've got the idea. Some sort of larger leaved plants hanging over a water area are really the key.
The reef's a 21 gallon all-in-one cube. Keeping it small for now.
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Also, a Manhattan meet up sounds great. Beer and frogs are always a good combo.

Definitely beers. I'm always down for beers.


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Will do, and I can PM you some pics of my tank but you've got the idea. Some sort of larger leaved plants hanging over a water area are really the key.
The reef's a 21 gallon all-in-one cube. Keeping it small for now.
Sounds great. I've had quite a few tree frogs in the past, but never any glass frogs. Also your reef set up and situations sounds eerily recognizable. Did you happen to get a green astro turf mushroom with your frogspawn? If so, both of those pieces came from my reef tank and were on display at the work tank. If not, and there's any frags you are looking for, keep me posted.
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Sounds great. I've had quite a few tree frogs in the past, but never any glass frogs. Also your reef set up and situations sounds eerily recognizable. Did you happen to get a green astro turf mushroom with your frogspawn? If so, both of those pieces came from my reef tank and were on display at the work tank. If not, and there's any frags you are looking for, keep me posted.
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Welcome to Kansas, where 4 people share your hobby and the internet is your most trusted resource!
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Took the opportunity to multitask tonight while the royals played. I've got a 42 gallon hexagon that houses 1.2 bastimentos, it's been up for a few years and was initially hardscaped with driftwood from Tuttle Creek. The wood was rotting and falling in the vivarium so it was time for a face lift. Here's the initial planting, still have several miniatures and mosses to add in the next week.



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Have you been getting any breeding out of those Basti's?
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The bastimentos have been reproducing for a few years now, usually 4-6 babies in each wave. I broke down the tank now, because I just saw new eggs and figured I wouldn't be disrupting any egg feeding. The offspring are bright red, but most that I have grown out eventually turn orang like the male. One female is gold dust, but I've yet to see any of those.
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Manhattan area froggers, does anyone have a spare hydei culture I could buy from them at some point this week? I went out of town for the weekend and came home to discover a mite infestation and no fly production.
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Manhattan area froggers, does anyone have a spare hydei culture I could buy from them at some point this week? I went out of town for the weekend and came home to discover a mite infestation and no fly production.
Hey I got some melo's no charge happy to help, if interested pm me
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I have some spare hydeis you can have. I have a few cultures that are booming right now if you need them - both black and golden. PM me if you need them!
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Is anyone in the state working with any Ranitomeya fantastica morphs?
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When will the glass frogs be available?
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When will the glass frogs be available?
Within 6-12 months most likely. All the oldest tads are already spoken for, but I've got lots of fairly small tads that have been in the water for a few months already and should be coming out of the water sometime next year.
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Anyone interested in a male Phelsuma lineata bombetokensis?
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Anyone interested in a male Phelsuma lineata bombetokensis?
I was in the process of building an enclosure for P. madagascariensis, but I could maybe be persuaded to go this direction instead. My bamboo order doesn't show up until Monday, however. Do you know his approximate age? Does he have his original tail? You can PM or email me at [email protected] if you'd rather. Thanks!
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I've got another adult Phelsuma lineata bombetokensis up for sale if any one is interested.
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Anyone selling darts in Kansas? Im in the manhattan area
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Anybody going to the Manhattan reptile expo this year?
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I'll probably swing by
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Anyone interested in 2 juvenile R. imitator Chazuta (UE line)? They're 2-3 months ootw and taking melanos and Turkish gliders easily.
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How much u selling for
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If anyone is interested in Histronicus 'Bullseye', I have a couple offspring ready to go. I could even meet halfway or something to avoid shipping.
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Does anyone know Josh lucas in Oklahoma City? I think one of the kids killed in the stillwater car crash was his son?
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Late to the show but signing on. Just getting into the hobby and am Several weeks away from getting our (my Daughter's and my) frogs. Located In the barren wastelands of SWKS.
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