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Various Frog pics...
#1
Caught a some of the boys feeling photogenic.
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#2
Nice shots Cindy. For some reason, I have never seen a picture (let alone in person) of a galact trasporting a tad....Great Shot!!
Rob

E. anthonyi, D. imitator, C. azureiventris, D. amazonicus, D. lamasi (pan & pan gl), P. aurotaenia, D. variabilis, D. quinquevittatus, D. reticulatus, D. matecho, D. pumilio cauchero & escudos
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#3
Thanks Rob!
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#4
Hey Cindy,

Nice looking papas!

Sorry to be such a late comer to this thread. I couldn't help but notice the SO galact. I am assuming he is also the dad of three SOs I picked up from you at last year's (2006) East Texas Reptile Show in Houston.

The trio is doing quite well and are among my most bold and inquisitive frogs. The fat little dumplings can't wait for their three-a-week feedings and tend to beg at the edge of the glass on the off days.

Their OOTW month was May '06. That would put them in the range of 16 months old. Do you happen to remember how old your SOs were when they started breeding?

Steven
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#5
Hi Steven.
Yes, that is the father to your group.
Glad to hear everyone is doing well.
As I recall, the male was around 14 months, and the female was over 2 yrs. ( had the female before the male).
Good luck with them, keep us posted.
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#6
Cindy,

Thanks for the information.

While your SO galact. breeding group has frogs of different ages, I haven't seen any data to suggest that the sexes of galacts, in general, mature at different rates. Do you think your female was sexually mature at about the same age (14 months)? Do you happen to know the age at which your reds began breeding?
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#7
I do not breed the galacs in groups. They are paired in 20 and 29 gal tanks.
It is thought that females mature quicker than males.
Seems like the reds were at least 14 months before they bred.
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#8
Nice pics, my favorite is the second one.
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