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I am curious to find out if the jeberos and varadero are considered 2 different locales....I would imagine they are because if you look up jeberos they are almost identical to the varaderos except for one major diffence I have notice the legs on the varaderos are bright blue and the jeberos are more silver in color.

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I have heard that all of the EU lines called Jeberos are smuggled stock while most of what we have, called Varadero, are legally here courtesy of Mark Pepper's work (Understory Enterprises).
Otherwise, same frog, but to be considered different locals.
 

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I have heard that all of the EU lines called Jeberos are smuggled stock while most of what we have, called Varadero, are legally here courtesy of Mark Pepper's work (Understory Enterprises).
Otherwise, same frog, but to be considered different locals.
Do you mean different genetic lines, but from the same general location/interbreeding wild population?

I believe the difference in names is due to the attempt at spelling the name of the population phonetically.
 
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