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i saw some E Anthonyi
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i went to a local store where the owners keep dart frogs. he had a great setup going i think it was an Exo Terra 18x18x24 or the next size up. he had a water feature in the front and i saw a tadpole in there, and there were numerous adults and juvies all together. they were really cool. if i was going to do more darts, i might try them, only for the reason that his were all getting along so well. and they are smaller.
1.0.0 husband
1.1.0 horses
2.3.0 dogs
0.0.2 Gray tree frogs
0.3.0 Azureus
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One of the best 'community' type frogs in the hobby. I've had a group for over 8 years now. Loud call. Active but sometimes skittish. Aggressive feeders.
https://www.facebook.com/dartden/

https://twitter.com/DartDen


"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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colleen was it the one in bath.
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pa.walt Wrote:colleen was it the one in bath.

Walt, you live in Colleen's area...hook her up.
https://www.facebook.com/dartden/

https://twitter.com/DartDen


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Philsuma Wrote:
pa.walt Wrote:colleen was it the one in bath.

Walt, you live in Colleen's area...hook her.

User names give a big clue Phil....

I think they are underrated frogs, do not have them but have seen them in person many times.
-Beth
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Although PA is not quite as big as Texas....it's still big. For instance, if Walt was from Pittsburgh, I would not recommend the help but since I know Walt personally, I know that he is reasonably closer - closer than Western PA at least.
https://www.facebook.com/dartden/

https://twitter.com/DartDen


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#7
walt- yes it was. Dart Frogs to Dogs.
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