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I knew one of my pairs of Saripiqui pumilio had transported a bit ago, and I've been watching the one visible tadpole develop, but apparently they had transported more that I didn't know about before that clutch. Yesterday I went to feed and there was a froglet that had come out of another brom! Finally! Hopefully there are more to come.

I'll try an get pictures when it comes back out.
 

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Good luck with that. Since posting my picture of my Rio Branco I haven't been able to see him :O

Congrats on the success! Keep up the good work.
He isn't quite ready to venture out of the brom yet, so I think I can catch him sitting on one of the leaves again. I've seen him 3 times, just haven't gotten a good picture. Once he's in the leaf litter, I'll accept defeat ;)

Thanks!
 

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Wow, congrats. Those are some of my favorite frogs! :)
Thanks! They are pretty awesome. I'm working with 3 pairs, the colors are all pretty crazy looking.

Hopefully this froglet doesn't turn orange. He looked like a bright Escudo though so that's a good sign.
 

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Well it's not the greatest picture but it's the best so far unfortunately...

 

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Well it's not the greatest picture but it's the best so far unfortunately...

 

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Well no picture yet but I saw him! He's in the leaf litter and eating springs like crazy. Put on a bit of size pretty quickly and he's really coloring up.

Now if I could just get a good picture!
 

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No problem! Give me a few months and some money and I'll get right on that ;)


Or a Highland sirensis.......no really...
 

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we can maybe work that deal...Ive been seeing and hearing a lot of courting. I think theyre hiding eggs from me, but Im not about to disturb them. They have a ton of film cans to deposit in.
 

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we can maybe work that deal...Ive been seeing and hearing a lot of courting. I think theyre hiding eggs from me, but Im not about to disturb them. They have a ton of film cans to deposit in.
Hopefully you just start finding froglets then :) They have been on my list for a long time.
 

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Their call is pretty quiet compared to my vanzos or imis, I was suprised. I have an unrelated bloodline or two coming to me this spring, so Im really REALLY hoping to put a lot of work in with this species and work with Chris Miller on a taxon management plan for these guys. This is a frog we are in real danger of losing in this hobby if we dont get it together
 

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Their call is pretty quiet compared to my vanzos or imis, I was suprised. I have an unrelated bloodline or two coming to me this spring, so Im really REALLY hoping to put a lot of work in with this species and work with Chris Miller on a taxon management plan for these guys. This is a frog we are in real danger of losing in this hobby if we dont get it together
Sounds like a good idea. I would like to form an unrelated group someday. Maybe we could work out a deal in the spring or something. I should have quite a few froglets of various Ranitomeya and pumilio in a few months.
 
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