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I was thinking about moving my pair of Almirantes into another tank.So I decided to take a look in the tank to see how thing are going. Like I do everyday when I come home from work. I have never seen eggs or any intrest from my female. Just the male harassing the crap out of her. Tonight I say two froglets in the tank hiding in the brooms. I was floored :shock: ! I have had this pair since this summer and no action what so ever. So just thought I would share with all of you my early gift. :D
 
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awesome! not just tadpoles, but froglets! I thought these guys were supposed to be tough to breed.
 

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It seems that the Almirante are quite prolific. I can see 2 tads mine are raising plus 12 eggs that are all developing on a brom leaf. Major congrats tho
 
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