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I have wondered if Nominat imitators and Variabilis could be kept in the same viv without interbreeding. Since they exist in the same habitats in the wild and apparantly don't interbreed there, would they remain separate in the viv.

Or, conversely, if the two frogs were to interbreed, would they produce a single frog type that is intermediate between the two, or perhaps a mixed pair could produce progeny that were phentypically similar to both of the parents. This might explain why someone might get a mixed group such as this one.

Just some thoughts, Richard.
 
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