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The evening before I had to go out of town, one of my female Atelopus spumarius decided to visibly show she was full of eggs. Off into the stream tank she went, with 2 hopeful suitors. Within 20 minutes, one male had laid claim. I managed to get a few photos that turned out decent. Let's hope I come home to eggs . . .





 

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The evening before I had to go out of town, one of my female Atelopus spumarius decided to visibly show she was full of eggs. Off into the stream tank she went, with 2 hopeful suitors. Within 20 minutes, one male had laid claim. I managed to get a few photos that turned out decent. Let's hope I come home to eggs . . .





very nice Zach,

Can you give us a quick snapshot of how your stream tank is setup
 

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I'll snap some pics when I get back in town - I've been housing them individually in sterilite containers on clay, with plenty of broad leaved plants for them to perch on. The stream tank is just a 20L with two powerheads and a 501 turtle canister filter. It's full of pieces of flagstone, and plenty of pothos.
 

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Very cool Zach. Do you have a pic of the tank you have them in?
 
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