No new pictures. I continue to be amazed at how small the froglets are when they come out of the water and start to colour up. The froglets are about half the size of my Ranitomeya sirensis "Rio Pachitea yellow" and Ranitomeya uakarii froglets that all emerged within days of the Ameerega pepperi. Have observed a strong feeding response from several of the pepperi froglets, actively hunting fruit flies when they are dumped in.
Keeping this here as a log in case it helps anyone else. The froglets are very, very food oriented. My oldest froglets are out of the water 3 weeks ago today, and are taking full size melanogaster fruitflies even though the flies are almost as big as the froglets lol. Voracious appetites.
And a picture of 3 of the little guys waiting for flies... (1 isn't easy to see, back left corner)