yes, my first thumbs and my first dart frogs ever! I'm actually also waiting for a Wed shipment from our friend in the northAwesome are these going to be your first thumbs? I know how exciting it is, I have some thumbs coming from understory on wed.
Thanks! Yes, next Wed seems never will come... that's why I bought these thumbs to control the over-bred ffs.Ugh.. I have to wait till Wednesday to get mine. Beautiful frogs, btw!!!
you realize that they are not summersi, don't you?I need a trio of those guys. I'm looking to have most of my collections be thumbs.
I will just collect the cheaper ones for now...You just can NOT go wrong with R. imitator, any of their morphs! I think a pipe dream of mine would be to line up imitator tanks, side-by-side w/ the frog they're mimicking(i.e. R. variabilis, R. summersi, R. fantastica, etc etc)---now THAT would be COOL! *grin*
Congratulations, you won't be disappointed in these guys
Is it generally true that summersi have the orange eyebrow and black blotch posterior to their eyes?I have both. I got 5 Understory "Sauce" Summersi just before Christmas, and we brought home 3 young Phil Tan line banded Imitator on Sunday. Amazing how similar they look! We're going to have to be careful taking photo's that we don't mix them up!
Looks like all my Summersi have eyebrows. Here are a few Summersi shots.Is it generally true that summersi have the orange eyebrow and black blotch posterior to their eyes?
I only asked Phil to pick those ones without "eyebrow", which looks much cooler imo. Not sure if the "eyebrow" is a reliable trait to distinguish them, but here is a quotation from the article by Brown et. al.Looks like all my Summersi have eyebrows. Here are a few Summersi shots.