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It now appears that the ad has been pulled...I had contacted that person previous regarding other pumillio...was given little background info when asked!!! Some of the other ads this person posted he would just refer to them as "strawberry" dart frogs with no other locale info!!!
 

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Just to be clear, my only intention was to share what I came across. I was curious if it were even a real locale, let alone a credible source.

I did see the "strawberry" ads lol just raises further questions on how credible the locale could be. The only search I did on them was a quick google search, "bahia grande frogs". and I'm relieved to now know, bahia grande means "cargo ship" haha

If anyone has any info on the frogs in question id love to hear it though.
 

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bahia grande= "large bay" its still considered san cristobal but the pumilio collected there although variable like the cristos we now have, still very different in patterns and some or most have white paws and larger spotting. I got a few that almost look like basti but with the white paws...
 
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