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  Blue Leg Intermedius
Posted by: Philsuma - 04-18-2020, 01:05 PM - Forum: Dart Frog Photographs / Wild Habitat Pics - Replies (1)

Blue Leg Intermedius


.bmp   Blue-legged Intermedius 1.bmp (Size: 1.9 MB / Downloads: 5)

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  Here is a collection of websites with lists of Dart Frog Species
Posted by: Philsuma - 04-15-2020, 11:04 PM - Forum: Dart Frog - Species Lists and specific information - No Replies

Please note that these lists are not complete and locales/morphs listed may or may not be available (or legally obtainable) in your country. If you know of a list not shown here, please let us know!
One of the best photo collections: http://www.dendrobase.de/ 
- Note that it is not written in English, and requires joining the forum to see the database 
- You can translate pages by right clicking on the page and clicking the translate option.

Overall Database: http://www.dendrowiki.org/alle.html
- Has information such as size, call, and wild status


Ameerega:
http://www.understoryenterprises.com/


Auratus:
http://www.auratus-morphs.com/auratus-morphs.html [site currently down]
http://www.dendrobates.org/dendroba...


Galactonotus:
https://saurian.net/frog_menu_d_galactonotus.html


Mantellas:
http://www.understoryenterprises.com/


Phyllobates:
https://saurian.net/frog_menu_phyll...


Pumilio:
https://thefroglady.wordpress.com/2... http://www.dendrobates-breeding-frog.com/...


Ranitomeya:
http://www.understoryenterprises.com/


Tinctorius:
http://www.tinctorius.ch/index.php?... [written in German] https://saurian.net/frog_menu_d_tin...


Others:
http://www.arterrarium.com/species [more example photos of various species and locales]


Compiled byNikki

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  ridinshotgun's frog theater!
Posted by: ridinshotgun - 04-14-2020, 08:57 PM - Forum: Vivarium, Frog Room and Plant Photographs - Replies (2)

Here is my frog theater!  Much smaller than it used to be but life is like that!

   

   

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  REALZ life Florida Panther
Posted by: Philsuma - 04-12-2020, 02:53 PM - Forum: Other Misc Photographs - No Replies

taken by me a few years ago.    

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  Vivarium Pests - What to do?
Posted by: Philsuma - 04-11-2020, 10:48 AM - Forum: Plants - Bromeliads, Aroids, Moss, Soil, Pests - No Replies

no...it's the old 'effort vs results' lesson. The best effort is to hand-remove. Easiest and most effective. Remove the wet wood and wet leaf litter too, and just be diligent for a while and they will peter out. Most hobbyists are so shocked by the appearance of viv pests that they view 12 days as a LONG time and that's why there is little patience and so many ineffectual recommendations - usually by other new hobbyists that have never done a CO2 bomb themselves - only parroting something they saw someone else post.

if you have OCD or are a germaphobe or a 'what if' type of person, then this is gonna be a tough hobby for me to recommend. Tear-downs of tanks and constant stress will totally eliminate your fun for this hobby and before you know, you'll be out- selling your tank. I've had flatworms, grain mites, soil mites, centipedes, a 6 inch long Asian house centipede, some small black centipedes that move like snakes, snails, slugs...half of that list I am currently dealing with. Just hand remove and try not to stress. Again, if you feel like you have to get every last one and are freaking out about eggs and bombing a tank ect ect...then you may not be long for the hobby

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  Getting activity back up
Posted by: ridinshotgun - 04-11-2020, 12:27 AM - Forum: General Questions and Comments - Replies (2)

So how do we get traffic to increase here and people more active?

At least here we have someone willing to listen to change and actually update the forum.

So how?

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  New site
Posted by: pet_tree_gnat - 04-10-2020, 02:59 AM - Forum: Introductions and Announcements - Replies (11)

Hello everybody, my name is Nate, and I'm helping Phil get the website up and running.  Still lots of quirks to work out, if you do notice anything major you can email me through the site.  I've been in the dart frog hobby for around 2 years and have several genera of herps.  Some frog pics attached!  Hope you guys and gals enjoy!  You guys can post pictures to threads or videos or links anything you want it should all work better than the old site.  The only thing is you're going to have to go in and possibly reactivate your account as well any links to images are in a new format so they'll have to be updated to just a standard paste.

   
   
       

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  Good place to buy frog medicines and treatments
Posted by: Philsuma - 09-28-2015, 11:09 PM - Forum: Hospital - Stress, Injuries, Disease and Treatments - Replies (1)

Keith is a long time hobbyist and a good guy. It doesn't hurt that he has a PHD in Chemistry (I believe).

He has assembled a decent spectrum of typically used meds for Dart Frogs AND the best part, is that a lot of it comes in powder form so it has a much longer shelf life than liquid suspensions.

As always, be careful when using ANY medicine or treatment and consult a veterinarian if you have questions.

http://www.frogsnthings.com/storefront/ ... ealth.html

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  BACK FROM THE DEAD!
Posted by: ems1016 - 09-27-2015, 08:26 PM - Forum: Introductions and Announcements - Replies (5)

After spending a total of 8 weeks at Sloan-Kettering in NYC on a clinical cancer trial drug, I am pleased to be able to report that my thyroid cancer is under control. I was given a year, but now prognosis is 3-4 years and then another of the same. I'M BACK! My goal is to outlive Rich Frye! Lol!

I need to thank Craig Breon for all his support, use of his garage and basement these past many months in helping me to sell off everything. Thank you, Philsuma, for helping me move everything to Craig's (I do hope he's forgiven you by now; lol).

Because my treatment took so long and I was absent so much, my law firm fired me after having (1) worked there for 17 years and (2) recovered a $1 million judgment in Federal District Court for them for a doctor against a hospital. Of course, no reason was given why I was terminated. I have not seriously looked for employment, since I remain fatigued from the treatments, but will be back in full swing soon.

Out of all my frogs, I miss my first one most of all---my Patricia "Samantha." Since I don't have all that much energy, I was thinking of getting back into the hobby with three pairs of terribilis (mint, orange and golden)---so I wouldn't be necessarily dependent on always raising FFs. I'd like to do one large long tank (55 gallon or 40 gallon breeder) split in three separate sections to not mix these frogs. What do you think? I build my own vivariums with waterfalls, lighting etc., so I'd like to put a reasonable amount of time in one tank rather than hurriedly try to build three.

Eddie

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  Bruised citronella
Posted by: _ld99 - 09-27-2015, 11:50 AM - Forum: Hospital - Stress, Injuries, Disease and Treatments - Replies (3)

So I received a male citronella not too long ago. I noticed a faded black patch on his head. It has gotten darker and more appearent. It hasn't gotten any larger though. Is this a bruise. If so , is it something that I need to worry about. The frog is acting totally normal.

https://plus.google.com/107785918218159 ... 4TsLpRCmoz

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