We started with a probable pair last year and added a third a few months ago. They've been breeding non-stop for a couple months now. I thought I'd share the first Campana froglet OOW from the new trio.
I do, I will try and get them up this evening. This little guy looks very different then the parents, they have the very common Campana pattern, chocolate with a white reticulated pattern. Infact I was surprised this guy showed any pattern at all, the parents didn't really show there's until adulthood. He got his as he was absorbing his tail. He was solid brown even as his front legs were forming. He colored up just in the last couple days.interesting blotchy pattern. Do you have pics of the parents?
About a week and a half after you came by. Went quick.those frogs are so cool. Pictures just don't do them justice i don't think. They are a very stunning frog! last time i saw that little guy of yours it was still a tad with just back legs. Seems like it morphed out fast!
I only have one pair of Auratus old enough to breed, and they're Campanas and this is my first PDF I've bred, so I would say they're easy. I do have an adult reticulated auratus and 3 subadults, but they're nowhere near being breedable yet. This time next year, I would guess they would be.Are Campana difficult to get breeding compared to other D. auratus morphs? I'm working on getting mine breeding
We will have them ready to go in about a month. I've got 4 OOW that are not already spoken for. We have a website located in my signature. Locals are always welcome to stop by, we are home based.are you guys going to have any of these for sale? do you have an online store or a store front? looks like a cool frog