Its personal choice really...both are shy so I like the O. Lamasi cause they are easier to see when you do see them...lolso guys and girls, if you were able to get just one pair for a breeding project would you go with orange or green leg. just curious because i'm haveing a very hard time deciding. i am curious on the thoughts out there.
Well orange Lamasi is what you need to go with mine is stupid loud! hes always calling in the worst possible times like when your trying to sleep! or watch tv lol.orange lamasi are next on my to get list... they are pretty sweet looking, and i love loud frogs!
I've been trying to get to the bottom of this myself. A quick peek at the Christman book seems to indicate there are a multitude of forms around panguana. My orange (can we stop saying O. Lamasi please) group has red, orange and yellow individuals in it.Are the leg colors just hair-splitting of the Panguana lamasi? I've not personally heard that much as a reference.
I was thinking of that as well...and Twomey and Brown have this to say regarding the Panguana lamasi:I've been trying to get to the bottom of this myself. A quick peek at the Christman book seems to indicate there are a multitude of forms around panguana.
Yes, thank you.My orange (can we stop saying O. Lamasi please)...
Maybe a post on Frognet would bring out some information from folks who were closer to those importations.Many of my green leg lamasi morph out lime green all over only to fade to yellow on the back, while my 'regular' panguana lamasi never morph out like that. I'd love to get a hobby history on these guys - I think they appeared around the first IAD. As well as talk to someone about their situation and populations in the wild and who smuggled what from where and when.
I agree and that seems like the best next step.I personally have a strong hunch that it's a matter of people assuming we can fit these frogs into proverbial phenotypic cookie-cutters and that ANY variation warrants a split and new captive population...even though the evidence at hand seems to speak otherwise.
Maybe a post on Frognet would bring out some information from folks who were closer to those importations.