Most of the pepperi morphs are still in the bassleri care sheet, since their care is pretty similar maybe it would be easier to just do a pepperi & bassleri care sheet, considering all pepperi were previously classified as bassleri.
Good idea Mike.
All I have is they like cooler temps but high humidity. Along with have a better chance with eggs and tads if left in the viv. Also, the tads drown easily. It can take up to 2 years or more for them to breed, they are male heavy. Can call early before lights on or off along with all night calling.
I just received mine from Mark and Elaine (the Abiseo) and they are as juvies the size of my adult aratus. Mine are brave and love to climb. Also, they prefer smaller flys to the larger ones.
I read that as adults they mature to a small tinc size.
All I have hope others will pitch in.