Is it me or does A. bassleri's call sound a little bit like a spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer)?
i sold the first 5 i had that were of age, back up around 14 out of the water and more on the way... keep an eye out for my sale ad in a few more months.Moty, thats an AWFUL lot of tads to be taking care of.......if you send me some you wouldnt have your hands so full
Well I guess that cat is out of the bagdendro dave, dont just "like", comment on them how are they doing?
Sweet, haven't seen/heard much about the Tarapoto bassleri so it's good to hear someone is having some luck.I have 40 or so yellow or Tarapoto bassleri tads ready to come oow. Very, very exciting, and many years in waiting.
I'd be jumpy too with that giant grubby mitt coming at me. LolWell I guess that cat is out of the bag
They're good...they are awesome....I'm surprised out how much variability they are showing all being roughly the same size/age....I'm really interested to see what they all look like grown up.
They were a little jumpy so I haven't made much effort to take pics yet...but soon
Just checked on them, found all 5...they got jumpy though so I only managed to get one halfway decent pic before I figured best to leave them alone again...
Hi,i love these frogs - thought i got the yellow basleri a few years ago but it turns out they are the pepperi. does not really matter to me - they area awsome and i love the call. they had a tough time breeding in the begining, i would pull the eggs to early and they would always die. but recently i leave the eggs in the tnak till they area almost completly formed and then pull them. i have around 40-50 tads in the water. as soon as a i pull the eggs they drop another clutch almost by the next day.
i house a group of 4 in a 18x18x18 exo. if i could i would have them in a larger tank but they are doing really well.
i am really wanting to get the real yellow or the Chrome - i have seen the chrome before and they are by far the coolest frog i have ever seen.