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Old 04-24-2017, 03:27 AM
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I recently acquired a group of adult bicolors, my first frogs. I had only seen them in pictures before, and really felt that they were a second choice to terribilis for me, as I thought that they just looked like terribilis with dirty legs. Seeing them close up, I can say that they are absolutely stunning! The yellow has a metallic sheen that I haven't noticed in any photographs, like gold foil. The darker shades on the legs and underside is subtly shaded, with a green/black hue, and actually compliments the yellow nicely. I couldn't have designed a more beautiful animal if I had tried. I just wanted to share, as maybe others have passed by this species for something they felt was prettier. I am glad I did not.
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How do they compare to terribs in terms of size? I've always thought they were smaller.
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I've read the same, but cannot confirm. Never had terribilis.
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