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Hey All ! Thought I'd post up an update and some recent photos !

Fine spot Leucs:



^Always funny when I pour water into the dish there, all the leucs gather around it. Pretty funny, I only got a photo of the two.










Auratus photos. Almost a year old, my first frog and they are getting large !




Awesome little hawaiian air plants I got from a DB member. Been about 3 weeks and they are already rooted and sprouting up new plants !




Newest addition, R Variabilis Trio. Awesome color and fairly bold.







^Frog Butt :)

Thanks for looking !
 
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Beautiful frogs you`ve got there!

I love that kind of leuc, my tincs do the same thing as yours. Every time I pour water in the dish the will go and gather around the dish to see whats happening.
 

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Looking good. The pictures of the Variabilis make me feel funny inside :( . Keep up the good work.
 

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Beautiful frogs you`ve got there!

I love that kind of leuc, my tincs do the same thing as yours. Every time I pour water in the dish the will go and gather around the dish to see whats happening.
Thank you ! Haha yeah it is quite funny to see them all scurry over to see whats going on !

Looking good. The pictures of the Variabilis make me feel funny inside :( . Keep up the good work.
Thanks bud and nice meeting you yesterday ! The frogs made the trip and are looking great, chowing down on springs :)
 

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Those look great. I cant wait for my leucs to be in their tank already! :-(

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Frogs look great!

That Hawaiian air plant looks exactly like mother of a thousand. Be very careful as it can take over the tank very easily.
 

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Thanks for the heads up. I've been keeping an eye on it. Cool little plant, but once it gets large I may just take it out before it spreads !
 
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