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Dt's Frog Room (dtlfeming)
#61
Nice little frog room you have ! What other animals are you keeping ? I see some enclosures that look like they may be for mammals.
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#62
Philsuma Wrote:Nice little frog room you have ! What other animals are you keeping ? I see some enclosures that look like they may be for mammals.

Three cornsnakes and low tech 10gal FW planted tank. Still need to add more frogs
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#63
Found Leucomelas eggs today.

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#64
First of the Zarayunga to pop front legs.

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#65
awesome Don..thanks for sharing. Maybe, before I move down south for good, I can swing by and peep your room / collection. I've always followed it's build-up closely.

plus...you're on the way to Sean Stews place.
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#66
Sure, it's a tiny room but I like it. I also have 4 leucomelas eggs developing.
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#67
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Lots of zarayunga froglets

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First leuc tadpole

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Calling male on top of the cocohut

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Mints are really starting to color up
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#68
Currently have around 15 zarayunga froglets that are doing well and now have nine leucomelas tadpoles. I have not gotten any new frogs, but hope sometime shortly I can.
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#69
Some update pics of the Frog Room and Frogs:

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E. anthonyi zarayunga pair.

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P. bicolor

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leucomelas tads

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zarayunga 3 mon OOTW

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#70
Looking good. Love the Bicolors!
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#71
Thanks Glenn. I have nine leuc tags getting ready to pop their front legs, time to setup the morph out containers and their grow containers. The zarayunga froglets are still growing and getting bigger. I rearranged the frog room once again, It will allow me to add two more four foot racks. This will let me add nine more tanks for darts and a rack for tree frogs etc.
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#72
Update:

I know have around 20+ zarayunga juvs, 8 leucomelas froglets. I recently picked up some matecho tadpoles that have morphed out into froglets, G & B auratus froglets, veradero froglets. I made a visit to the Frog Barn on Friday and picked up some oyapok juvs. I must say after looking at the red galcts there, Im hooked on them and they will probably be my next pick up.
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#74
While feeding my frogs today, my male bicolor started calling up a storm. When I looked into the viv, I noticed the other bicolor was very plump. Hope there will be egg laying soon. I also heard another call and it sounded like my azureus.

I got the wife's Christmas present ordered, so I hope I can get mine soon which should be more frogs or a home brew kit.
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#75
Christmas present from the wife is coming tomorrow, six new frogs.
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#76
Don, you are a lucky man! Take good care of your wife!!!
P. Terribilis orange, R. Imitator Cainarachi Valley, D. Leucomelas, D. Auratus, D. Azureus, P. vittatus, D. cobalts, D.Oyapok, Bombina Orientalis
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#79
Went away for the weekend and came home to find this:

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#80
Very nice--you should go away more often?! I just love the bicolor, I need to get some of those! How many tads did they transport?
P. Terribilis orange, R. Imitator Cainarachi Valley, D. Leucomelas, D. Auratus, D. Azureus, P. vittatus, D. cobalts, D.Oyapok, Bombina Orientalis
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