Hey, that is crazy - we just talked about that too ehh?just ordered mine. so happy! the only thing holding me back from getting some was that UE doesn't usually offer them.... and now they do!
I just pulled my second clutch from them. First clutch was molded over when I found it. All 7 eggs appear to be developing perfectly. I didn't really do anything special, set them up with a cocohut and a petridish with a little bit of tanic water after I heard calling.Hello,
Just to update this. Has anyone had any breeding success? I just got my first eggs from a pair that I received in the first offering from UE. I was wondering if anyone else had luck.
i can't wait till my blue truncatus start breeding. they're very skittish. how big do they actually get before they start breeding? mine are about 4 to 5 months old. i also noticed that 3 like to hang out together and the 4th one hangs out alone. or sometimes they hang out in pairs.
These new D. truncatus are a lot nicer in person, but I think they get overlooked from the get go. I'm guilty of that too, but no longer! lol It's hard to describe, but the clean body shape and markings are outstanding. I'm surprised at how bold they are too. They are just wonderful frogs. Since no one is posting pics, here's an okay one.