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While I joined just over a month ago, this is my first post. I am a semi retired research scientist (fisheries science) in the private sector. I researched and developed formulations that are used in private, state and federal hatcheries/farms. Two of them with US and Canadian Patents. I am relatively new to the world of dart frogs. But not to herps. The obligates are my
primary interest in dart frogs. I know and have had rather lengthy conversations with some of the members on this forum. Their experience and expertise has been helpful and is greatly appreciated. I look forward to respectful discussions and debates on dart frogs. While husbandry and captive management practices seems to have drastically improved, I find that there is still much that has yet to be discovered.


Thanks,
Lane, aka, SilverLynx
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#2
Hi Lane and Welcome to Dart Den !

Please have a look around and don't hesitate to post.

Best,

~Phil
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"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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Welcome to DartDen!
Jim from Austin --- Lorenzo keepers PM me about a US breeding program
lorenzo | nominant fants | highlands | summersi | bakhuis | azureus

http://www.oneillscrossing.com/dart-frogs
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