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Im curious about what effects the other frog have on one another. Im assuming they all feed from the energy and sounds surrounding them and call more frequently. If all the tanks were in isolated rooms, I doubt all these frogs would be calling as much.

Such a sweet chorus. Do you make frog selections based on call volume? It seems like you do :D
 

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Im curious about what effects the other frog have on one another. Im assuming they all feed from the energy and sounds surrounding them and call more frequently. If all the tanks were in isolated rooms, I doubt all these frogs would be calling as much.

Such a sweet chorus. Do you make frog selections based on call volume? It seems like you do :D
Pretty much. I'm a fan of behavior (calling, territoriality, reproductive) over appearance.

Well, when the Phyllobates sp. get calling, they all chime in. Same with the Mantella, Ameerega, Epips, etc.
 

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The femoralis is really loud compared to the Phyllos, I can also hear the altas in there too.

Wonder what it will sound like about a year from now when you have twice as much.

Do your neighbors hear it as well?

Eric
 

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Wow, that was really cool, as to how many I could hear, well I have no idea but what I did hear was awesome, thanks for sharing. I'm a bit deaf after 31 years of pushing a siren pedal full time but I could hear those babies load and clear.
 

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Lets see,

Terribilis
Aurotaenia
Bicolor
Lugubris
Tricolor
Two different anthonyi populations
Zaparo
Bassleri, yellow and black
Pepperi
Altamazonica
Few different Mantella

Prob more...haha
 
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