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Old 03-27-2012, 05:58 PM
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Anybody else get these from UE? they are HUGE!

my female is pushing just past 2 inches...

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Size difference between the 2

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Old 03-27-2012, 06:00 PM
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They are beautiful!
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:01 PM
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They sure are!
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:08 PM
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Those look great! Super nice green.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:33 PM
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Nice pics! I am very excited for mine to come in, I ordered 4 but still waiting shipment in June.
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THey are gorgeous!! I need a huge warehouse!
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Very much spectacular! Elaine said they are similarly sized to their red eyed tree frog cousins! Beautiful patterns
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THey are gorgeous!! I need a huge warehouse!
Haha I'm completely out of room, and yet I need to find room for these and hopefully the picturata UE is bringing in, plus another 6' rack...

I can't believe how spotted the male is, I was expecting them to look more like the female...
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Amazing frogs Jerm......That green is so bright.
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Glad you are pleased Jeremy. WIKIRI did all the hard work with these guys, all we had to do was import and feed them They have grown quite fast, and are wonderfully hardy frogs.
spawn, yours, thedude and 1 others like this.
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Gorgeous frogs! Thanks for sharing. I hope you have lots of luck with them! And thanks Mark for making them available to us.
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Wow. Stunning.

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Glad you are pleased Jeremy. WIKIRI did all the hard work with these guys, all we had to do was import and feed them They have grown quite fast, and are wonderfully hardy frogs.
Importing must be a pain though how big do they max out at? Assuming I'll have enough money by the time the import comes in, I can't wait to see what the picturata look like!
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Here are a couple pics of mine. I like them so far. They are pretty hardy and of good size. My annae are still larger though.

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Great shots! How do you like these guys? Their eyes look like they have a really deep color.
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Beautiful frogs. Any updates how they are doing?
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Beautiful frogs. Any updates how they are doing?
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Curious as well....didn't think anyone was having much success with these.
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The spurrelli from Ecuador aren't as big as the Costa Rican spurrelli are they? The ones I saw in CR were massive and looked a little different.

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The spurrelli from Ecuador aren't as big as the Costa Rican spurrelli are they? The ones I saw in CR were massive and looked a little different.
in Costa Rica there are two geographically distinct populations: in the pacific population males get only 46-57 mm and females 67-75 mm while the caribbean population get's bigger: males 67-75 mm and females can reach 80 to 100 mm.

I don't know the size of the ecuadorian specimens from UE.
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