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  1. Ranitomeya
    I have heard that some (maybe all) Ventrimaculata are reclassified as Amazonica, but I have seen French Guyana offered for sale as R. Variabilis French Guyana. Is this correct?
  2. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    During a move earlier this year, my In Situ Amazonia got dropped. :mad::cry: Miraculously, nothing broke and nothing was lost except time and effort (frogs were taken out first, and although many plants got buried and damaged, they pretty much all survived). The inside of the tank got totally...
  3. General Discussion
    Hi, I'm wanting a Ranitomeya species for a group enclosure. I'm wanting 4 maybe 5 frogs in it. I personally prefer the Reticulata, but I do also like the Variabilis Southern as a close second. To help with my final choice, does anybody have any experience or just knowledge about how well both...
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    Ranitomeya variabilis "Southern" in bromeliad
  5. Parts & Construction
    Intro Here's the build log of my overly-ambitious, very expensive, potentially unrealistic but very enjoyable project. The goal was to create a display Paludarium that united the worlds of aquascaping and vivaria, in an environment famous for accommodating both practices. I have always loved...
  6. Beginner Discussion
    Hi! I am new to frogs but have been researching for a while here. I am planning to build a bioactive tank with springtails and isopods. I’ve watched some diy videos on using foam and silicone to secure cork board and some net cups. It’s an18x18x18 exo terra. I have some cholla and grape wood...
  7. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    I posted on here a couple months ago about a pair of R variabilis 'southern' that I have now had for a little over a year. One of them has called every single day since we got them and the other frog (which I assume is female) seems quite responsive to this calling. I often see them spend hours...
  8. Beginner Discussion
    Hello froggers Have any of you observed troublesome fighting between Ranitomeya Variabilis (specifically trios, but really any amount) I am not concerned for mild play / mild bouts, I mean the kind of fighting that you need to separate frogs for. From what I can read, most Variabilis seem to...
  9. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hello - I've just had my R Variabilis 1.1.1 for about three months, and up until today they were a 1.0.2 set. About three weeks ago the male first started calling (so I knew one male), and then today I found these eggs (hence I know one female) - but I can't tell if the eggs have gone bad...
  10. General Health & Disease Treatment
    Temps between 72-76F Humidity is around 80% Used to always hang out 3/4 height of viv in film canister, found her in leaf litter Diet: Melanos dusted with repashy calcium plus every other day and vitamin once a week Hasn't laid any eggs yet more than a year old. She puffed up over night, and I...
  11. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    I started constructing an 18x18x24 Exo Terra for a 2.1 trio of Southern Variabilis that I will be getting in about 2 weeks. This will be a build log on how I did what I did. This build is heavily inspired by the Twisted Root build (although I did not have a twisted root), but in reality I have...
  12. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Hey guys - so in the past weeks I've been working on this 55 gallon split build. I picked the tank up at the $1/gallon sale a little while back and have been putting it together ever since. It's my first real start to finish tank and it's intended to replace my old 55 gallon currently housing my...
  13. Identification Forum
    I've had this guy for a while now, probably around 7 months old. It's in a tank with a calling male (they've grown up together in the same tank their entire life). This one started out a little smaller than the male but has since gotten a little fatter than him. Also based on its pear shape...
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