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I have two basti froglets, both a little over two months. My question is that I will be selling them but should I sell them now or wait another 2 months. Both are fat and eating fruit flies and i figured I would sell them to someone local now. Just wondering what others thoughts are on this subject. BTW in MD and if you are interested i can get some pics for you. They are both yellow.
 

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Depends a little bit on the experience level of the potential buyer...

If they are experienced with pums ect.....you should be good to go at that age / size.

I tend to gauge the level of hobby experience foremost, when transfering pum froglets.
 

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Thanks for the info phil. I wanted to get some info from experience pum breeders, since these are my first pum froglets. Ill get some pics on later today.
 

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definitely too young to ship, but good to go for local sales. particularly if the buyer can contact you with any questions / issues, and if they are an already somewhat experienced frogger. pumilio young are just as easy IMO as other frogs as long as you keep them in a seeded growout they seem to do great.

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yea i have kept them with the parent and the viv has tons of springs. i put them in everyday. UPDATE!!! I just found a polliwog with popped front legs, basically just needs to absorb his tail. He is red, so hopefully there are others in the viv that will pop out soon as well.
 
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