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I was feeding Tads and noticed this little guy looked a bit odd. I have morphed my fair share of froglets and have never seen any like this.. Ill be honest, there have been times in the past where I have had "lighter" colored tads and I have gotten excited only to have them morph normally so maybe I am jumping the gun! Any thoughts?





Here is another banded tad that is close in size from the same group for reference.

 

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I've never seen one that light Chris. Good luck!
 

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Interesting. He's like a phantom tad. Keep us updated with pics, please.
I shall call him "Phantom" :) I will keep you updated for sure... I am borrowing my buddy's macro lense so I am hoping I wont get the call that he wants it back til this one morphs out!
 

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Beat me to it Bill, I was going to say I could home him while he built a nice viv and then when he was ready for me to ship him...well you know how iffy Colorado's weather can be. ;)
 
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I knew there was I good reason for dropping off my spare flavovittatus with you.... You can even come over and look at 'phantom' whenever you want ;)
 

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Chris what are your Banded's preferred laying spots, film can, glass, leaves etc?
other please feel free to throw your spots in as well.
 

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In an effort to help my fellow frogger I can make space here for him so you don't have to.
Good man Bill, good man! ;)

Beat me to it Bill, I was going to say I could home him while he built a nice viv and then when he was ready for me to ship him...well you know how iffy Colorado's weather can be. ;)
Or let me guess, fed Ex conveniently lost the package right? :)

I knew there was I good reason for dropping off my spare flavovittatus with you.... You can even come over and look at 'phantom' whenever you want ;)
Gabe, I should have known you had ulterior motives when you brought those guys over! Haha

Chris what are your Banded's preferred laying spots, film can, glass, leaves etc?
other please feel free to throw your spots in as well.
Hey Mark, my group lays in black film cans that are almost horizontal. They avoid the white film cans all together and seem to have no preference as to what height the cans are stuck to the glass.

Chris
 

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I have only found one clutch from mine and it was in a black film canister. Yet i have found several tads and caught the male just this morning trasporting. So to answer your question mines favorite place is wherever i cant find them.
 

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cool looking tad Chris, i need to swing by and come check him out... and maybe peak at some other frogs and put my name on a list ;)
 

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cool looking tad Chris, i need to swing by and come check him out... and maybe peak at some other frogs and put my name on a list ;)
Hey Brian, you are welcome to come by any time! I need to come check out your collection as well! Its gonna be a bit nuts this week but lets plan on next!


Here is an updated shot as of a minute ago, he's getting big and still staying white!

 

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The nerves in its spine/brain look crazy! I hope it lives.
 
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