Scott Richardson· Banned
Oh, great website btw Chris. Just put two and two together. Planning on hitting the Wheaton show this summer.
I was thinking just along the lines of when it was recognized as it's own species. But again everyone knows what someone means when they say dendrobates.However, Imitator was first described in Germany in 1953, but was assumed to be a member of Ventrimaculatus.
Thanks! Needs some updates. Let me know when you make it; you are more than welcome to swing by for a frogroom visit.Oh, great website btw Chris. Just put two and two together. Planning on hitting the Wheaton show this summer.
No! By waiting that long to find out, we have to waste so much precious speculation time. Haha.Newly morphing froglets can look very strange depending on what you feed the tads, feeding color enhancing flakes can dramatically change what an emerging froglet looks like. It would be better to check this guy out in 3 -5 months and then assess its appearance.
I was reading a thread on Dart Den, and the OP said He had a forty breeder with 4 frogs. A green auratus, a blue auratus, a white and brown auratus, and an azureus. And If he got a 75 gallon how many more frogs could he put in there.No! By waiting that long to find out, we have to waste so much precious speculation time. Haha.