They'd go well with your "less frogs, bigger tanks" MO too......... just think of the possibilities....Want... trivs... so badly...
These frogs are a little over a year old, and about 2.5 inches long, so they are pretty large dendrobatids. This is my first experience with this group of frogs, and so far they are flighty and shy (which I expected). They remind me of the dart frog equivalent of leopard frogs.Sensational photography, it was my ABSOLUTE pleasure! All my thanks for sharing! How large is this species commonly? I admit, I am not interested in keeping this species(Thus never researched), but the coloration is appreciable, and I'd like to know more. All my thanks!
Not Zach....But I'm pretty sure its Peperomia glabella.Hey zach nice tank, it looks really good!
I was wondering, what is the name of this plant circled in red. I have a poop load and was wondering what it is. I have had it since I got my first darts and have added it to almost all of my tanks and I always forget what it is. Maybe I should write it down this time
yup looks just like the one you gave me
Don't forget clayHuallaga canyon? Need more leaf litter and aroids if you want to mimic habitat...but looking good.
thank you !
Hmm, I'd say Peperomia Serpens...
Looks more like Serpens to me as well.Hmm, I'd say Peperomia Serpens...
I have the exact same plant in a couple of my vivs, looks just like a mini Philodendron.
Good logic mate!I should clarify...I think it is the Peperomia that Josh's sells as P. glabella:
Peperomia Glabella - Peperomia | Josh's Frogs
I made the assumption that Zach got the plants from Rob so the plant would be labelled as P. glabella (sometimes my brain makes weird associations). I think P. serpens is correct though. Sorry for any confusion...blame my faulty neuronal connections.