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I got these with a shipment of pumulio that i got, there supposed to be a pair of reticulated but the one doesnt look to reticulated. what do you guys
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They both look like retic's to me. The bottom one looks like a male and they tend to not have as much of a "reticulated" pattern as the females. They should have mostly reticulated looking offspring. Cool frogs! I am still looking for a male.

BTW- the hawaiin's are thought to have come from Toboga (Panama), which is where the reticulated populations originate from.

Justin
 
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I have been keeping a 2.1 trio of reticulated auratus for about 4 years. The males are very reticulated, while the female has much wider bands and less reticulated patterning than the males. I do remember reading somewhere that someone claimed in their experience that they do not always produce true reticulated offspring. I have morphed over a hundred froglets from this trio, every single one has been very reticulated. A small auratus, easily my favorite.
Pete
 
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