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San Lorenzo sylvaticus tadpole w/ legs
#1
There's more of them in the water but this is the only one I could get anything like a pic of in there:

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#2
He looks ready to come out....fronts an all !
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#3
Yeah they're big, I think at least a week or two more though, they were transported somewhere around Jan 11, this one needs to color up more, I think the others are less ready
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#4
You have pics of parents you can share Big Grin
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#5
Here's a clip of the parents breeding before those eggs were laid, I need to get updated pics of the parents though:

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#6
Funny, i looked at your other videos, i came to "oophaga tupper" and thought what in the world is that, never heard of the "tupper" morph before. Now i see...long day at work.
Derek
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#7
DKOOISTRA Wrote:Funny, i looked at your other videos, i came to "oophaga tupper" and thought what in the world is that, never heard of the "tupper" morph before. Now i see...long day at work.
Derek


Yeah that's not mine with the tupper, that's some dude in Europe
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#8
Nice work Chris, Being the Histo whisperer not good enough? You have to work wonders with them all huh?

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#9
Poison Beauties Wrote:Nice work Chris, Being the Histo whisperer not good enough? You have to work wonders with them all huh?

Michael

Well I still consider these Histos Tongue
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#10
Adults:

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#11
Chris,

They are noticably bigger than pumilio right ?

Can you try to get a pic of them with something for scale. A pic of them on a film can perhaps ?
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#12
Yeah they're bigger, probably around red head size, maybe the size of auratus or a little smaller, maybe double the size of blue jeans, the female in that second pic is pretty big though
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#13
Still looks like a little bit of tail on there:

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#14
A new one that came out about a day later:

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This one has some backup:

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#15
First one to come down out of the brom to the ground:

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#16
Some more of the froglets:

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With mother:
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#17
Nice ! Kinda like a big pumilio...little bit similar.
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#18
Yeah I'm curious to see if the legs turn yellow like the adults
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#19
So cool to see these pics, thank you for posting!
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#20
beautiful
thanks
Stu
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