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Are those Orange or red galacs?
Nice croton i want to get one they have them at lowes alot. I have this yellow spoted one that looks like a mini tree in my leuc tank.
 
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!W.O.W! ...wow...wow...wow... um, whats the word?... ohh, WOW !
Great tank and beautiful frogs. :-O!
 
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Dude, that is an awesome looking azura(sorry if spelled wrong, spending to much time with dart frogs and not enough with school). Myself right now i only have 2 green and bronze auratus but im thinking about getting more.
 
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not a powder blue

thts defenetly not a powder blue or a red glac. looks like and oyapok and a 75% orange glac.


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Definatly Oyapok because the white goes down the sides a bit, which the New Rivers have fading white to blue sides. Not sure about the galac but I would go with the 75% orange as well.
 

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Re: my 2 cents

dartsanddragons said:
Tim
In my opinion as long as the intent is not to create a hybrid there is nothing wrong with a Viv that has a mix of colors to enjoy. I have had tanks in the past with different frogs but did not provide any sites suitable for egg laying. Great pics. Scott
That is pretty much my point. There are different ways to enjoy the hobby. There are those that prefer to set up dozens of breeding tanks, with one pair of every frog that they can get and breed them for those that will purchase them. I prefer to set up a large display tank and enjoy the interaction/avoidance/ignorance of several different species. My intent is not to produce hybrids, nor is it to even produce frogs to sell. My intent is to enjoy the frogs much as a tropical fish tank or reef tank keeper would.

Please be assured that I provide my animals with exceptional husbandry. These are the original 5 dart frogs that I obtained and have all been raised together in the enclosure from froglets. The tank is closely monitored and should there ever be a problem with the interaction of any of the inhabitants, it would be as simple as relocating them to an individual or species only set up.

As far as mixing species, at the peak this tank housed the following:
Land
1.0.0 D. Leucomelas
1.0.0 D. Tinctorius
1.0.0 D. Azureus
0.0.2 D. Galactonotus
1.2.0 Anoles
0.0.2 House Geckos

Water
0.0.2 Rice Paddy Frogs
0.0.2 Dwarf Claw Frogs
12 Neon Tetras
1 Cory Cat fish
1.1 German Blue Rams
3 Otto Cat fish
2 Siamese Algae Eaters
3 Marble Hatchet Fish

Tim

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I think ure idea of putting all of one sex is a great idea! I might try it if i ever get around to to making a mixed morph auratus tank. How hard was it to track down a only a males?
 
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i know ive told you a few times allready, but i LOVE this viv. have you found out the species of the ficus yet? i really wish i knew what kind it was.

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