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Recently had an opportunity to obtain some O. Granulifera "Golfito" froglets and pulled the trigger. Extremely glad I did. These frogs are stunning and so far, much bolder than I anticipated. They are currently settling into qt/observation while I get their viv setup.
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I got 3 unsexed froglets. The larger one pictured is probably close to sub adult. If I'm lucky, they'll end up as a 1.2 group. If i wind up with 2 males, I'll probably have to separate them. The 3rd (not pictured) is the smallest and only 3 months oow. It's taking melanogasters like a champ though. I try to get some more pictures of all 3 and once their viv is ready, some full tank shots.
 

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Nope. Breeder lives in Colorado. Works only with a few uncommon species, Vincentei and Grannies. These are all Frye line from multiple supposedly unrelated breeding pairs.

In your experience, are your Golfs pretty bold? These are giving my Bullseye histos a run for their money. They literally have no reaction to me opening the viv and pounce on the flies almost immediately.
 

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Stunning frog and definitely understanding on the name. The texture is really striking.

What size vivarium are you setting up. Something larger?
They'll move into an Insitu Amazonia. 22x18x24. I would love to go bigger horizontally, but I have an unoccupied space on one of my racks that fits an Amazonia perfectly.
 
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