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#1
Hi everyone,
Just wanted to say that I am glad to be here and can already tell that I will learn a lot from this forum. A little about me: I am about to graduate from college (finally) with a degree in psychology. I have been into herps since I was 3, when I raised my first bullfrog tads. I just got back into darts about 2 years ago, I had been focusing on treefrogs (mostly new-world) for a while before that. I've kept many herps in my life, but have never enjoyed any of them nearly as much as I enjoy my darts. I am slowly expanding my collection with a focus on species that are at risk of disappearing from the hobby.
Well that's about it...
-Field
-Field Smith
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#2
Hey Field! Welcome! Big Grin
Do you know where your frogs have been?
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#3
Welcome to DartDen Field !

I'm certain you'll enjoy yourself here.
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"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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frogface Wrote:Hey Field! Welcome! Big Grin
Thanks!...nice to see a familiar "face"
-Field Smith
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Philsuma Wrote:Welcome to DartDen Field !

I'm certain you'll enjoy yourself here.
Thanks Phil, I'm sure I will enjoy being here!
-Field Smith
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#6
Hi Fieldsmith

Welcome to Dart den - tells us more and share some pics if you have any. What frogs do you work with now?

Regards
Scott


fieldsmith Wrote:Hi everyone,
Just wanted to say that I am glad to be here and can already tell that I will learn a lot from this forum. A little about me: I am about to graduate from college (finally) with a degree in psychology. I have been into herps since I was 3, when I raised my first bullfrog tads. I just got back into darts about 2 years ago, I had been focusing on treefrogs (mostly new-world) for a while before that. I've kept many herps in my life, but have never enjoyed any of them nearly as much as I enjoy my darts. I am slowly expanding my collection with a focus on species that are at risk of disappearing from the hobby.
Well that's about it...
-Field
Scott - North Dallas
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Hey Scott,
Thanks for the welcome. I will definitely share pics of my tanks and frogs. Here is one to get started...[ATTACHMENT NOT FOUND]
Right now I keep: D. leucomelas and D. tinctorious "Inferalanis". On Friday I will be getting a proven trio of E. anthonyi "SI" along with two unrelated (as much as possible for anthonyi) froglets as well as some D. truncatus "Blue" tads.
I have also kept 7 D. auratus morphs in the past.

Thanks,
-Field
-Field Smith
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#8
very nice Viv ! So good to see that amount of Leaf Litter as well.
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#9
Beautiful tank - I like your frog choices. I also have Anthonyi SI's - one of my top 3 fav frogs. Friday wont get here soon enough for you : )
Scott - North Dallas
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#10
Thanks Phil, I'm pretty happy with how its turning out.
Scott, I am very excited about the SI's...I'm even more excited about the truncatus...not sure I'm gonna be able to sleep tonight.
Here's a better pic of my newly built tank, I think the other one was kinda crappy (its a bowfront so its hard to get a good pic).
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-Field Smith
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