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Just wondering if anyone has had success breeding their Pumilio Siquirres. Has there been any action or signs of progress with your frogs? It would be great to hear some insights, get some pictures in their new homes and hear about their personality traits. I have only heard from 2 people, there must be more.






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No one else has gotten any siquirres and has helpful info, insight and pictures.
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Reviving this. I have at least one froglet from my pair it is bright red with clean lines.
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I have a breeding group of Black jean Squirres from an old line that breeds pretty well, but not the recent imports.
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Not the siquirres... But I just found a froglet in my seis amigos viv. I believe the sies amigos are only a few miles down the road from siquirres and were brought in after the last import of siquirres.
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My pair of the recent import frogs is very shy so I had no idea that they had bred until I found a surprise froglet in the vivarium.
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I'm on the 4th brood with my black jeans. What is it you want to know particularly?

My adults are VERY bold, and are kept in a 40cm x40cm x50cm European style viv. This is an oldish photograph of their viv:-



Photograph of one of the offspring produced:-



Since I moved them to their current viv, brood size has beem around 3 to 4 froglets each time. Froglets are fast growing and shy.

Adults are from a 2011 import to the UK.

If there's anything specific you want to ask, please feel free.

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