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Who's working with Darklands pumilio these days? Haven't heard a thing about them in months. Would love to see some pics.

I have read that the CB offspring can be pretty difficult to breed, any recent successes?
 

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Teddy I have a trio of Darklands they are CB F1's, I bought them as juvies and ended up with three females, I traded one for a male and after intruducing him to the viv the females immediately started laying, I have 2 juvies now.


Here is a picture of one of my females, had her in a QT Viv:




-Beth
 

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Frye Darklands male. Great color. Just paired him up recently, I'll let you know how it goes. Bold, active, pums. Love them.
 

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Wes (randommind) is having great success with cauchero's.. aren't they the same morphs?
 

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Wes (randommind) is having great success with cauchero's.. aren't they the same morphs?
i suggest they are NOT the same and regardless should not be mixed since there is no way to be certain that they are or arent. i will say that having seen both next to each other the darklands are smaller frogs.

i have a F1 or F2 darklands pair. no successfully reared offspring yet

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They are definitely different. Not only that, but there is a good chance that Rich's line are the only real Darklands in the hobby.

As others have said, Darren has some right now. I think he has more than 3 though.
 

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Thanks for clearing that up guys..

I was thinking it was the same situation as the yellow bellies and cayo's..
 
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