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Oophaga histrionicus sylvaticus Full Color Prints !
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Oophaga histrionicus and Oophaga sylvaticus Full Color Prints !

60 Beautiful Dorsal color representations of most all known morphs to include the three Oophaga lehmanni morphs !

Vivid color and suitable for framing and display in any frog room or science classroom.

@ 11" X 17" and printed on glossy side heavy stock paper. Mailed to anywhere in the world in a hard rolled cardboard tube - no more worries over bent or spindled prints. Good looking wooden frames for this particular size are commonly sold at Michaels and other craft stores for reasonable prices making the wall display of this art particularly affordable and striking.

I sold my last two prints at the Hamburg Reptile show last weekend and two additional people there wanted some...so here are a few more. Printed and being offered with permission from original Artist.

$9.99 per print and $2.50 for the mailer.

Most shipping is @ $2.50 - Coast to Coast U.S and not a whole lot more overseas, I believe.

PayPal is best accepted payment method.

Dart Den logo on the bottom right is a business card sitting on the ouside of the glass picture frame and not a part of the printed sheet.

10% of all sale proceeds to be donated to Tree Walkers International (TWI) - Amphibian Conservation.
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#2
I speak from experience when I say they are worth every penny.
-Field Smith
Some frogs...
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#3
Phil, what is the book there beside the bible?

Sent while on the go!
Yasmine
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Yasmine Wrote:Phil, what is the book there beside the bible?

Sent while on the go!
Yasmine

This one ? Three volume set...

http://www.amazon.com/Dendrobatidae-Poi ... 3939759198

Not nearly as "useful" as the "bible" and more of a pictorial travelogue....but still cool. ALL the books on the wooden bookshelf are...um..."pricey"..heh
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#5
Update shipping and Handling (cardboard mailer) prices from the Post Office:

USA - Coast to Coast - $9.99 plus $4.90 = $14.89 per mailed print

Canada - $9.99 USD plus $5.69 = $15.68 per mailed print

U.K Europe and Asia- $9.99 USD plus $7.49 = $17.48 per mailed print

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#6
LOL! That was the exact same question I was just getting ready to ask that Yasmine did.
Thanks, TJ
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#7
That artwork may be the closest most of us get to those Colombian frogs....sad, I know.
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Mailed a few out already, more tomorrow. If I missed anyone, and I may have....please LMK. I have a few more.
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#9
Looking forward to getting mine in the mail.
Later and Happy Frogging,
Jason Juchems
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#10
LOVE mine. Just need to get it framed up.
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I got my frame at Michaels craft store - $20 some bucks.
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Framed mine today, 50% off frames at Hobby Lobby and had custom cut matting. $22, tax included.

[Image: framedprint.jpg]
Later and Happy Frogging,
Jason Juchems
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#13
^^ Nice Collection !

BOOK CRED !
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2 of these left....
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2 people PM'ed me about these last couple.....LMK quick, please.
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Update:

A poster that went in a tube to Taiwan, seems to have had problems. Fingers crossed that it shows up...

Everyone else seems really happy about the prints.

Tried to donate some $$ from proceeds to TWI and I see that they do not take Paypal....hmmm...I may have to think of something else because I'm not entering more CC info into cyberspace.
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Philsuma Wrote:Update:

A poster that went in a tube to Taiwan, seems to have had problems. Fingers crossed that it shows up...

Everyone else seems really happy about the prints.

Tried to donate some $$ from proceeds to TWI and I see that they do not take Paypal....hmmm...I may have to think of something else because I'm not entering more CC info into cyberspace.

Wow, in this day and age, no PP...
Phil, if you want a couple places working on actual dart frog projects good for the environment and the hobby that could use a donation for just such projects, call or PM me.
Very nice posters BTW.

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


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Thanks Rich. Andrew did the graphics and they came out really nice. We talked on the phone a few times about a pumilio poster and to get a hold of you for help, if and when he decided to do one. I haven't heard from him in quite a while.
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Pums would be great. At this time though they would be similar to what CVL did with his book, locales only. I'm not sure if pums with their extreme polymorphism would be more difficult than Sylvats/Histos, graphically/artistically, but I know there'd be more, like three to tens sheets worth.

And please contact me if you decide to go with someone other than TWI to donate. I know folks that need help.

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


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Phil,

Do you have any more of these?


-Byron
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