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I've seen discussion about mixing different "Dart Frogs" and the admonitions against doing it. I'm wondering if this applies to the different color "morphs" of P. Terriblilis. Is it okay to have combinations of the Mints, with Yellows or Oranges? If so... and they breed, are the offspring one color or another, or are they "muddied" somehow?
 
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Most people would say they are "muddied," and that it is "unacceptable."



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Hey Rolli,
When mixing darts nobody cares if you do. The biggest issue is when they breed. When you mix say the different color morphs of terribilis you are mixing frogs from different locals, and mixing up blood lines. This is what I and others don't like seeing. I have a mixed tank, but toss every egg I find.
 
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