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Old 09-10-2015, 09:44 AM
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I love to take pics so I wanted to share some pictures of Red Head Histos...These are quite beautiful and very bold...



















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Wonderful frogs! Congrats
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amazing pictures ,great looking frog.
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Great pictures as always John. Frogs are not too bad either
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Really nice shots!
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Thanks for sharing John! I'm making a thread of Oophaga Histrionica and other rare frogs on Pinterest. Would you mind if I used some of your pictures in it?
They are beautiful!
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They look great. Fantastic pictures also by the way. Best of luck..
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Thanks for sharing John! I'm making a thread of Oophaga Histrionica and other rare frogs on Pinterest. Would you mind if I used some of your pictures in it?
They are beautiful!
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Hi,
Congratulation
it seems that there are 2 or 3 subspecies in the red head morph, do tesoros breed all of them or only one of them?
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Hi,
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it seems that there are 2 or 3 subspecies in the red head morph, do tesoros breed all of them or only one of them?
Malik
My understanding is that they are working with other Red Head Histos, but will take time before they are available.. Its not just breeding them, they have to have several generations of CB animals before they can be shipped as per the gvt there.. The biggest hurdle was the first shipment...
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My understanding is that they are working with other Red Head Histos, but will take time before they are available.. Its not just breeding them, they have to have several generations of CB animals before they can be shipped as per the gvt there.. The biggest hurdle was the first shipment...
Hi Sirjohn,
Thanks for the answer does somebody know what is the subspecies that they have exported yet and how many subspecies does exist?
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