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This is a frog I would love to work with one day and Im very curious to see who is currently working with them and successfully breeding them. Please post if you are having luck with this frog.
 

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I was.....They are amazing looking frogs.....I found some by chance.
 

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I'd suggest working with a few other thumbnails before these if you haven't before, they're known to be less forgiving than many others and don't breed as well. They are definitely some damn beautiful frogs to be sure.
 

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I was on a wait list for a long time for my trio, and am currently on ANOTHER list to get unrelated frogs to add to my group. One issue with these frogs is that there is really only the original bloodline as far as I know, with maybe a little other blood from the EU here and there, so getting unrelated animals for a breeding program can be a bit tricky
 

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I'd suggest working with a few other thumbnails before these if you haven't before, they're known to be less forgiving than many others and don't breed as well. They are definitely some damn beautiful frogs to be sure.
Thanks for the advice, but I am not a noob lol. I have a several pumilio and thumbs in my collection now.
 

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I was on a wait list for a long time for my trio, and am currently on ANOTHER list to get unrelated frogs to add to my group. One issue with these frogs is that there is really only the original bloodline as far as I know, with maybe a little other blood from the EU here and there, so getting unrelated animals for a breeding program can be a bit tricky
Who is the ANOTHER list?
 

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I'm working with 5 groups of adults, plus some newly aquired froglets. I recently lost my 12 year old male, also the best breeder, so I'm holding back all my froglets until things get going again.

I don't do wait lists, but I will have froglets available at Frog Day.
 

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I'm working with 5 groups of adults, plus some newly aquired froglets. I recently lost my 12 year old male, also the best breeder, so I'm holding back all my froglets until things get going again.

I don't do wait lists, but I will have froglets available at Frog Day.
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I have heard that they do well in groups. Darren has 5 in an 18 vert and is getting consistent breeding. I am hoping to have two groups of 5 each in a 27 hex, or if that seems to present problems, I will split animals into smaller groups comprised of all non sibling animals. Highland lamasi have always been my favorite frog.
 
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