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no i have not

decided what to put in it yet!!! it is so hard to decide, I want them all. Each frog has its ups and downs. I am going to the toronto reptile show on sunday and plan to buy a pair or trio there.. I'm excited. Its going to come down to looks and active ones that do not tend to be shy.......whats your fav arrow frogs, got any sugestions for me??? Here some more pics Moe...enjoy...


English ivy; arrow plant (right?); some kind of wild moss from the forest; home made coco huts; drift wood; cork bark; coco fiber substrate; gravel with partial false bottom(margerine container), but no frogs yet!!
 
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Yep, I definitely agree with the other guys on this...Syngonium (arrow-head plant). The normaal form does grow very tall and very fast! I met the ladies of Quality Captives yesterday to pick up and trade frogs and recieved a miniature syngonium!! I've always loved these plants for their awesome foliage so I'm very excited about having one that stays small and doesn't bust through the top of the viv.

-Bill J.
 
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its an arrow plant that will need trimming often, and will do well in a vivarium. I guess this is the perfect plant for a beginner because it growes well and has minimal requirements. Perfect!
 

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Re: no i have not

ortega said:
decided what to put in it yet!!! it is so hard to decide, I want them all. Each frog has its ups and downs. I am going to the toronto reptile show on sunday and plan to buy a pair or trio there.. I'm excited. Its going to come down to looks and active ones that do not tend to be shy.......whats your fav arrow frogs, got any sugestions for me???
If it were me, I'd go with a pair of leucs. B)
 
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