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Old 05-15-2014, 05:13 PM
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Are there any Oophaga histrionica in the United States????
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I mean in someones collection
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looking over the forums even momentarily would have given you the answer, which is why (i suspect) you havent gotten a response yet.

oophaga

there have been imports in the past as well as some very limited releases (legally) in the past year or so.


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Here is a thread: http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/gen...strionica.html
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How about we make a list of ones we KNOW are in the hobby:

- Redhead
- Saddleback

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I'd like to see pictures of someone who breeds histrionica 'Saddleback' in his viv. Never seen so far!
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Here you go:

http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/mem...ddle-back.html
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Doesn't it suck knowing that these frogs are out there yet no one makes mention of them let alone posts pics? I wonder if it's because of the persecution of where they attained the animal or the potential barrage of interest that keeps the owners from sharing with the hobby at large?
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Here is a picture
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Doesn't it suck knowing that these frogs are out there yet no one makes mention of them let alone posts pics? I wonder if it's because of the persecution of where they attained the animal or the potential barrage of interest that keeps the owners from sharing with the hobby at large?
I agree but can understand why. It's like hitting the lottery, suddenly your barraged by family that didn't want anything to do with you, harassment from idiots and beggars offering D. auratus prices for something that cost them their first born to purchase legally.


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here is a picture of redhead
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Nice pics Robert!
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