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Anyone know?
 

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Original collection was from the cemetery of bastimento isle. Other locales of bastis refer to other parts of the island they were collected. Red frog beach, red frog hill, salt creek. All other locations/landmarks on the island.
 

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Interestingly the cemetery population seems to show the largest amount of variation in coloring so that’s another reason the different bastimentos should be bred separate even though they are all located on a rather small island and likely have some cross breeding in the wild.
 

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If you ever want to do something interesting go to google maps and take a peak, then roam around and you will see many familiar names in and near the island.
 

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I saw a really large pacific tree frog at a cemetery once, and an exceptionally pretty red sided garter at same cemetery another time the next year.

There is a calm utopic vibe at graveyards especially ones not meticulously kept.

If small fauna were capable of critical thinking and bitterness i could see them saying yeah this is where the only good ones are.
 
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