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D. auratus 'Nicaragua'
#1
Our group of Nicaraguans produce some interesting patterns at times.
This little one morphed in the adults tank.
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#2
Nice looking. Can you post some pics of the Adults ?

Are these smaller than some of the Panamanian auratus - Blues and blacks and other morphs ?
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#3
Thanks Phil.
Yes, I will get some photos of the adults.
They are a little smaller than my Panamanians.
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#4
Phil, here is a shot of a couple of the ladies dinning at the buffet.
You can see the baby at the bottom of the picture too.
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#5
Very symetrical pattern on that one.
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Cindy Dicken Wrote:Thanks Phil.
Yes, I will get some photos of the adults.
They are a little smaller than my Panamanians.

What morph? I find them to be similar in size to my "Green and Bronze" however, they are larger than "Black" and "Ancon Hill"
Later and Happy Frogging,
Jason Juchems
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#7
Beautiful Cindy,i thought we might be able to get away from auratus and maybe get some other frogs,now you've just added to the list,the froglet is fabulous,green lemanns.Shaz the resident fly guru,is asking is that grease proof paper in the culture?

thanks for the pics

regards
Stu
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#8
Thanks Stu!

Those are coffee filters in the fly culture.
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Cindy Dicken Wrote:Thanks Stu!

Those are coffee filters in the fly culture.
Ha that got her :lol: ,thanks Cindy We adore auratus as i guess youv'e realised.I know some are shy:it scared us half to death with our first male we thought we had lost him,but now even he's comming out at grub time, well that and breeding. I think they should be way more popular than they are,the shy rep scares folks away i guess.But they seem to be such do ers in captivity,so strong. What others do you keep?
regards
Stu
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#10
Here's a Costa Rican Auratus living near my bungalow that vexed me - only coming out from under piles of wood and boards when it was really damp or had just rained.
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#11
are they different morphs...the costa rican and nicaraguan,its been said before but how slim the wild frogs are...amazing
cheers mate
Stu
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#12
Nice looking Auratus, Cindy!

Can we get a full tank shot? Smile
Glenn
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#13
Thanks Glenn!
Here is a couple of shots of their tank.
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#14
I'm not keeping any but CR/Nic auratus are still some of my favorite non egg feeders (lots of people heard me say it in person too :p), they're like a neon green histrionicus/lehmanni
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#15
Beautiful frog...I wish that Columbian auratus were in the hobby. That is my favorite morph of auratus


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#16
Nice viv, Cindy!

What kind of fern is that up top on the right?
Glenn
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#17
Glenn, I don't know what that fern is.
I received it in a plant trade and it was not labeled.
It seems to do very well in the vivarium, it sends off runners and I
have to cut it back frequently.
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#18
It's nice, Cindy and doesn't seem to mind the bright light at all.
Glenn
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#19
No, it doesn't mind the light, or the wet feet!

I will research it, and get an ID on it..............some day.
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#20
My kind of plant. Bulletproof! :lol:
Glenn
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