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Japanese Hobby Website - Huge Collection of Frogs
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http://www.bio.nagoya-u.ac.jp:8001/~ssu ... groom.html
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Does anyone know what the name of the frog that is the second down on the right where it lists the frogs
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#3
Histrionicus
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#4
Pretty cool frog room!
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Website is still up after almost 4 years - very cool !
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the pics of the "frog room" is a pic of phils former frog room. notice it had free roaming PHILsumas. Smile
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I'm sure there are no species off limits or illegal. After all this is the country that still conducts whaling operations and kills dolphins, kills sharks just for the fins, eats turtles and the still beating hearts of frogs. I wonder how their conservation efforts are going???
But that is a sweet frog room!!!
Jon
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Philsuma Wrote:Website is still up after almost 14 years - very cool !

And the web server is still serving up headers with a last modified date for the page of "Mon, 09 Nov 1998". It kind of makes me wonder if anyone at Nagoya University knows this page is even there...
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Rusty_Shackleford Wrote:... this is the country that still conducts whaling operations and kills dolphins, kills sharks just for the fins, eats turtles and the still beating hearts of frogs. I wonder how their conservation efforts are going???


Come on Jon, "it's a Jersey thing!".

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Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#10
This is the site that everyone use to drool over back in the 90s....

http://www.wildsky.net/vivarium/evivariu.htm
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Armson Wrote:This is the site that everyone use to drool over back in the 90s....

http://www.wildsky.net/vivarium/evivariu.htm
i had this site saved. have always used it for reference. funny how some of the new frogs that have shown up have been on this site for years.
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