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So, I just got some R lamasi green leg froglets from Daryl at NARBC. See pics and viv here.

It seems, from what I can find, that green legged, orange, and panguana, are all from the panguana locality. Am I correct?

If this is true, what are the thoughts on having breeding groups containing multiple color varieties? It seems that if they naturally breed in the wild, maintaining them separately is a form of selection and limiting genetic variability. If they interbreed in the wild that is.

Thoughts?

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That's what I was thinking... We probably couldn't get that information for a lot of the lines that are already within the hobby, but in the future, if more were collected and multiple variants all came from the same geographical population, a "variety" tank may be an option.

Thanks for your reply.
 
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