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Wooo hoooo!
#1
I got home from the zoo today and it was such a nice day (70's) with expected thunderstorms. I decided to give the frogs a special treat and flushed over 10gal through the misting systems. I noticed the retics getting pretty active but didn't think much of it. I just noticed the suspected male doing the chicken dance with the white foot following him around. I couldn't really see his throat sack extending but I could hear a super faint buzzing sound coming from him...now I understand why there are no calling videos of them. One day when no one is home I might have to setup the video camera and try to get something!

*fingers crossed everyone!

This is the first time I have heard him calling so he may get louder eventually..... :?:
"He that is slow to believe anything and everything is of great understanding, for belief in one false principle is the beginning of all unwisdom" LaVey
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#2
That's great news, Mike!
Keep us posted.
When it comes to breeding, you can play the weather to your advantage :wink:
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#3
Awesome! I am keeping my fingers crossed for sure!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? - Albert Einstein
1.2.0 pumilio (drago colon) 1.1.0 pumilio (Escudo) 0.0.4 M. stelzneri 0.0.2 D. tinc (patricia) 0.1.0 D leucomelas
-Keith
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