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Some Dart Frog Pics
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Rich
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#2
Very Nice pictures rich. If you could post which species are each of the frogs. That would help. Im not very good at IDing alot of the species yet.
Jeff Bogdanoff

Azureus,auratus,lamasi,ventrimiculatus,imitator,intermedius
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#3
what's the deal with that retic? Looks like some albino traits with the red eye and the near translucent front limbs. Love the pics, great even if Ive seen em before
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#4
Jeff, I don't think I can edit it now. I should have labeled them , but it took quite awhile to post the pics alone.

The retic does have some sort of "albino " trait. Crazy looking frog. healthy and active though.

Rich
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#5
I'll have to wait til I get home to see the pics...darn work computer!
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#6
Absolutely beautiful.

Amazing photography Rich!
-Michael

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#7
Way to go Rich - Appreciated!
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#8
Absolutely stunning!
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#9
Big Grin Great looking frogs! Frances
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#10
yeah taunting me again with those pums eh?? in that egg are those twins??
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#11
Well, technically they are not "twins" because twins are born , not hatched, but there are two tads in one egg.
Rich
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#12
Rich,
Did both tads hatch? Those standard Lamasi are stunning little frogs. Great picture taking skills.
Candy
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#13
Hey Rich,
What is that in the pic under the double tad pic?
Scott
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#14
Thanks all.

Candy,
The egg did hatch, it was a regina egg. I sold the juvis at about five months.

Scott,
The pic under the egg shot is just a standard intermedius with very blue legs.

Rich
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#15
That's what I though, just never seen one with that blue of legs and the crown fading from dark to light orange. Very good looking frog.
Scott
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RichFrye Wrote:Thanks all.

Candy,
The egg did hatch, it was a regina egg.

Kinda stupid question, but did they look extremely similar or one would only know they were siblings if they were told?
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#17
Not stupid. I was wondering the same thing before they morphed. They looked fairly similar, but not exactly the same.
I've actually hatched out a few sets of double yolkers over the years.
Those were Reginas. Here is an intermedius egg.

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#18
It's been two years since a post on this thread.....lets bump these awesome pics, one time.
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WOW These are amazing pics!!
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#20
Do we know yet why everybody's pics posted are being chopped ? I sure did not crop like that...
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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