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  1. Beginner Discussion
    Hello, Would either of these frogs be a good next step to a current terribilis keeper? I know they are large frogs but I doubt they have a terrib gape so what should I feed them. I'm thinking Fruit Flies and bean beetles for a varied diet but should I do hydei or melanogaster. In addition...
  2. red trivittata morphing

    red trivittata morphing

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    red trivittata morphing

  4. red trivittata morphing

    red trivittata morphing

  5. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Well, I've been out of the hobby for a while, but recently got motivated to put together a new viv. Well, I say recently, all told this was probably 8 months in the making, but hey. Started a new job, got married, stuff happens. :) Anyways, finally got around to finishing it, and it is now...
  6. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Last Friday I was fortunate enough to receive 5 "Sisa" bassleri! I spent the day converting their new home from a thumbnail setup to a setup suitable for Ameerega. Here's the final product and a few glimpses of my new desk mates :) Full tank shot I tend to go for natural, minimalist setups...
  7. Ameerega
    Species description: Dendrobates.org - Ameerega pongoensis Call: http://www.dendrobates.org/calls/pongoensis.mp3 Status in the hobby: Not currently available Photos from the field: One population, off the Rio Huallaga, San Martin, Peru Another population, along the Borja...
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