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Old 03-04-2013, 03:52 AM
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Default Oophaga pumilio "Loma Estrella/Uyama" Jan 2012 Import

Pics of my pair. Not the nicest I've seen, but I like the females coloration and I'm just happy to have a male!

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Default Re: Oophaga pumilio "Loma Estrella/Uyama" Jan 2012 Import

I think those are some of the coolest pumilio Ive seen, very unique



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This is one of my favorite populations, and I disagree...yours are very nice Is the whitish coloration bluer in person?
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If you've seen some of the ones I've seen....you would agree! A little bluer in person, the flash took some color out.

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Several blue ones in the first import but they were in the minority, most were the whitish color but all are very nice. The 2nd import contained a couple of blue ones but mostly greenish ones, I will get a pic or 2, Justin has some pics as well. Justin late night slip of the finger, '13 import correct?
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You are correct, 2013 Import.


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Several blue ones in the first import but they were in the minority, most were the whitish color but all are very nice. The 2nd import contained a couple of blue ones but mostly greenish ones, I will get a pic or 2, Justin has some pics as well. Justin late night slip of the finger, '13 import correct?
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on my trio the white seems to be blueish sometimes greenish depending on light on the one female, Mint on the male, and white on the other female. I have not tried taking photos since I don't want to bother them. I will try to see if I can get a more accurate color on the white areas in the photo in a week or 2.
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Female's coloration is vivid and defined - she looks awesome Justin! Great picture!
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Very nice Justin, the female is fantastic.
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Here are some that are green, there were a few bright green ones but I missed out on those, they are all very nice frogs.
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DAAANNNGGG!! how are those things breeding for ya? lol
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DAAANNNGGG!! how are those things breeding for ya? lol
They're not, still in QT, though I think some have gotten tads from the first imports.
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None out of the water yet? Man...your northern brother is beating you to the punch!

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They're not, still in QT, though I think some have gotten tads from the first imports.
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I love the one with the circle on its back. I really hope these do well for people. I am afraid because of their colors they may be over looked by a lot of people. But I will say they are much better looking in person. Very unique
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Beautiful!

I too think that female is great...good luck with them.
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Default Re: Oophaga pumilio "Loma Estrella/Uyama" Jan 2012 Import

cough cough. If they breed I wanna be first on the list =P
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