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I just recently moved to a new house and set-up a frog room in one of our spare bedrooms. In our previous house I had them set-up in our kitchen on a rack. I just don't get into see my little guys as much as I use to. Well that is probably a good thing all of my frogs have been breeding like crazy! And today I finally saw my first Cristobal froglet! I was saying to myself what the heck is that little red thing jumping around. I'm very excited!

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Thank you, I should have know something was up when the male got so quiet. I'm going to try to take a few pictures as soon as I see the little bugger again!
 

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My Cristobals just finished laying another set of eggs yesterday and the male was almost entirely quiet today. His vocalizations while breeding were much, much more loud and frequent than his normal calls so the almost total silence is really noticeable.
 

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He is a pic of the first little guy out, I saw a second one today! I never said I was a photographer. lol I also found 2 more clutches of eggs today also.

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sweet, does it have a brighter red/orange then the parents? I had my first cristobal froglet morph out recently and it has much more vibrant coloring than its folks.
 

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Yes it's brighter than the parents. It's body is more red and legs brighter blue. The picture does not so it justice.
 

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I wish I could say and sound knowledgeable, but they just showed up one day! It's really cool compared to all the other species of tads that I have and spend time watching them grow. Pumilio just blow you away, they can just appear out of the blue! It's very awesome!:)
 
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