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Are Dendrobates tinctorius "Powder Blue" and "Grey Legged" two separate morphs or the same morph with two different names? Is the colour difference a variation in the morph, and also if that is the case do the offspring from the same clutch have both powder blue legs and some other froglets grey legged? As i have seen them for sale as.... Dendrobates tinctorius 'Powder Blue/Grey Legged'....Thanks Ross
 

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I have tried to search this before posting but got conflicting answers. One site says "There are two different forms of this frog, one with blue legs and one with grey legs, but its unclear if there are two different populations or just a genetic difference between members of the same population." And the other says "Name. tinctorius.
'Powderblue'.
Country: Surinam.
Photo: Taken in terrarium
Reliability: 100% real morph.
Locality & info: Tapanahoni River, east of Eilerts de Haan Gebergte. Blue and grey legs occur in the same population! Other names are 'Grijspoot' (NL) and 'Graubeiner' (DE).

Not sure which is the most up to date information basically?
 
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