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As I recently posted I got some new frogs from a pet store I wont go into that here, but I wanted to make sure of what morps I had.


Here's some pics.

Powder Blue.
Frog Poison dart frog Amphibian Phyllobates Toad


Colbalt Maybe Brazilian not sure?
Amphibian Poison dart frog Frog Phyllobates


And the Patricia's although the first one has slightly lighter legs.
Amphibian Frog Poison dart frog Organism Eleutherodactylus

Poison dart frog Organism Soil Amphibian Geological phenomenon


Any help on if im right or not would be great.

Thank's Matt
 

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The second patricia looks like a cobalt due to the darker legs. The cobalt is a standard cobalt. The powder blue looks like a powder blue. The only one that seems "iffy" to me is the last one (patricia #2).
 

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The second patricia looks like a cobalt due to the darker legs. The cobalt is a standard cobalt. The powder blue looks like a powder blue. The only one that seems "iffy" to me is the last one (patricia #2).
Yeah thats what I thought, but the yellow is lighter like the other patricia and the spots are alot smaller like the other patricia, the only thing different is the blue on the legs.
 

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The second patricia looks like a cobalt due to the darker legs. The cobalt is a standard cobalt. The powder blue looks like a powder blue. The only one that seems "iffy" to me is the last one (patricia #2).
I aggree with this. I have a question. Was it you the Op that initially said you bought them as a rescue from a pet store or was that someone else?
 

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I hate to say it but with morphs like this that can look so similar or have differences within the same population, you cannot positively ID them just from pictures. The only way to know is to find out from the breeder. Since they are from a pet store, there is a chance they can put you in touch with the breeder to see if that person knows, but if not, they are not definitively known and I would keep them more as "pets" than breeders.
Those do for the most part look like typical frogs of the populations you labeled them as, but like I said there is so much variation it is difficult to know for sure.
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