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Hello to all the members here on Dartden. My name is Jeremy Britton and obiviously, I keep poison dart frogs. I've been on Dendroboard for a few months, helping to create care sheets and stuff. I've actually kept frogs for 7 years now but have not bred anything yet (hard to do with one terribilis back in High School). I currently keep Phyllobates Bicolor and very soon, D. Truncatus and have a strong interest in the Colombian frogs. Hope to talk to and get to know more froggers here!
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#2
Welcome to the forum!

Kadin
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#3
Hi Jeremy.
Welcome to DartDen.
The phyllobates are great frogs, as are the truncatus. We have a group of five truncatus that breed regularly for us, and provide hours of amusement watching their interaction. Good choice!
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#4
Thanks, everyone! Cindy, it's great to find another person interested in truncatus. I tried to get a care sheet going on Dendroboard, but everyone seems pretty focused on retics and pumilio. Is it true they are tricky to breed?
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#5
Jeremy,
I think the truncatus are very much underappreciated. If people only knew how fascinating these frogs are!
We have a 2.1 group and I wouldn't say they are tricky. They are in a heavily planted 29 gal tank, that has a small water area in the front of the tank. They frequently use the water to drop off tadpoles that we will pull, but we occasionally find froglets in the tank.

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#6
hey, welcome!

sorry i missed your post. being in "off topic" with a vague title, i thought it was spam. :oops:

mack
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