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Hey guys, I've got a few nice pictures to show off now that I have some time to upload them!

Any comments are welcome of course.

One of my male Sapasoa's


Some uakarii shots






Baja Huallaga's



summersi about to lay


Cristobal froglet, 1 month OOTW


Koetari's





Male Solarte


Cristobal male


Interesting fungus


Book Lice?


Crazy bright yellow snail that showed up. Very odd looking. Another that I've seen has red on it's shell.

 

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Wow, i havnt seen Koetari's before. And like like frogparty said, those Cristobals are outstanding. Great pics!
 

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Great shots!
but it's time to clean the CMOS:D
 

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Uakarii and sirensis(orange) are like identical cousins, lmao! Loved the photos! All my thanks for sharing!

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nothing like some phallic fungi to throw you off guard while looking through frog pics :)
I was thinking they were a good comparison for the term "mushroom tip"...

Sorry...

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Cool pictures. The picture of the fungus reminds me of a fungus/parasite that gets into some insects and then blooms out of them after driving them to their death. Very cryptic
 

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All pix are great. What did you do to the snails?
I have heard snails can be of significant risk concerning parasite/bacterial transmission. I would be a bit concerned if my vivs started turning up snails.

However, many old school thinkers(originators of our known husbandry) firmly believe in having a very diversified microfauna base, including snails, and other natural creatures(that are not predacious...), and even encourage things like field sweepings, etc.

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Thanks everybody! I'll try and get a few more pictures. I'd really like a pic of my female Cristobal.

Great shots!
but it's time to clean the CMOS:D
I left my camera next to some cultures a while ago and mites got into it and pooped everywhere :( I have to go pay to get it cleaned...

All pix are great. What did you do to the snails?
I've only seen 3 in a year, so I've left them alone. Weird little guys. They don't eat eggs or live plants so eh, no big deal.

Cool pictures. The picture of the fungus reminds me of a fungus/parasite that gets into some insects and then blooms out of them after driving them to their death. Very cryptic
I had the same thought.
 

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Got a few pictures of some of my Saripiqui's







 

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Very very nice pics Adam! Those blue jeans are great! I also love the uakarii!! Are you having any luck breeding them?? I have a pair but no eggs yet :(
 

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Very Cool, I was very unaware of what Koetaris looked like, I thought they looked like Blue Sips, but those look awesome any chance on details,...line? age? and change we could get some more images of them?

The first 3 pics of them look different that any tinc I've ever seen! The last photo does look like a blue sip to me.
 

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Very very nice pics Adam! Those blue jeans are great! I also love the uakarii!! Are you having any luck breeding them?? I have a pair but no eggs yet :(
Thanks Josh, I lost my uakarii pair during the snow storm unfortunately. I had been getting consistent breeding from them for a couple years but I was never able to get them to morph out healthy :( They are definitely a tough little frog to successfully breed.


Very Cool, I was very unaware of what Koetaris looked like, I thought they looked like Blue Sips, but those look awesome any chance on details,...line? age? and change we could get some more images of them?

The first 3 pics of them look different that any tinc I've ever seen! The last photo does look like a blue sip to me.
I'll work on some more pictures. These are from Understory, they acquired their groups from SNDF a while ago. The 3rd one I have looks somewhat like a green sip. Very odd frogs for sure. Both of those are at least 9 months old but I'm not completely sure.
 

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Thanks Josh, I lost my uakarii pair during the snow storm unfortunately. I had been getting consistent breeding from them for a couple years but I was never able to get them to morph out healthy :( They are definitely a tough little frog to successfully breed.
Oh wow.... I'm really sorry to hear that. I almost lost mine during the snow storm as well. We were without power for 9 days and the only heat was from a wood stove so all my frogs were consolidated into 3 aquariums next to the wood stove to keep them warm. Most of the frog did very well, but my escudos and uakarii were a very very close call. Luckily, all frogs recovered very well and are all fat and happy now. Any tips on getting the uakarii to breed?

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Cool pictures. The picture of the fungus reminds me of a fungus/parasite that gets into some insects and then blooms out of them after driving them to their death. Very cryptic
Cordyceps is the name of this fungi. earth tongue is the common name
 
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