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Green Imitator aka "Nominate" Pics
#1
Here are some pics of my new Green Imitators. These frogs are about approx 4+mo OOTW and have really nice color. I will include a photo of their viv.

Enjoy
Scott - North Dallas
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#2
Nice Scott!

Is that a 12 x 12 x 18? It looks great!
Glenn
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#3
Thanks Glenn

Yes Sir, 12x12x18 exo - been setup for a few months. Although 2 broms are "fixtures", I did attach the crypto and NeoZoe each to cork bark for easy removal later (if desired)


Here is another pic I forgot to post

fyi - photos taken without flash and represent actual color
Scott - North Dallas
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#4
Pretty frogs Scott!
brad
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#5
Hi Brad

Good to hear from you in the "Den" - frogs look familiar eh : ) Hope to snap some pics of the Amazonicus this weekend - wife has me working on house projects lately so have not had much time to do froggin stuff

-Scott
Scott - North Dallas
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#6
Scott could you I'd your broms for me? I see you id the names of the two on cork there, both in the front, right ? But I'd love to know what name goes with what plant. I'll be looking to get broms for my imis before long and I really like those.
Lisa
In central NY

R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' 2.3.0
R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' Froglets 8 and counting.
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#7
Hi Lisa
Sad, but I throw away the labels. For me the brom is just a piece of cool furniture. I would recommend you find a place that sells smaller broms and just pick up some of what they have. Many have similar appearance but might be hard to buy if you had to have a specific species. If you can wait 12-14 months Id prob have pups from those plants I could send you : )

Hope that helps in your brom quest. Maybe some other lurkers can eyeball and give the names for me...?
Scott - North Dallas
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#8
Aw, bummer, I love that red banded one Smile I was looking at some & pretty sure the Zoe is on the front right. I don't have anywhere local I can find that sells broms (well, Home Depot, but they are large). So guess it will be online. Keep me in mind when you do have pups.
Lisa
In central NY

R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' 2.3.0
R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' Froglets 8 and counting.
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#9
Beautiful imi's Scott...nice viv as well! How many did you get?
-Field Smith
Some frogs...
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#10
How are these doing Scott?
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#11
Prolific Big Grin and one of my fav frogs as you can see them almost all the time.
Scott - North Dallas
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#12
Very good, I shall have mine soooooon. Its very exciting, yet nerve racking at the same time.
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#13
fieldsmith Wrote:Beautiful imi's Scott...nice viv as well! How many did you get?

uh oh. Missed your ques bud. Sorry, I have a 1.1.0 proven and a 1.0.1 w unknown leaning toward female. At any time I usually have tads and a froglet hear and there.
Scott - North Dallas
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#14
zachaustin Wrote:Very good, I shall have mine soooooon. Its very exciting, yet nerve racking at the same time.

Excellent. Is your viv setup? any pics? Only thing to really worry about is opening the viv door when they are close by. Like any frog they are quick and the green can make them a bit easier to go unnoticed.
Scott - North Dallas
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#15
Not grown in yet, but i will be getting some more creeping fig from brad when i get my frogs.
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#16
Nice. I would try to find an alternate to creeping fig. I am trying to rid my tanks of the stuff... it grows fast and is hard to control like a weed
Scott - North Dallas
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#17
What would you suggest that can be found locally?
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#18
I have the varigated stuff, it doesn't grow near so fast, but you must manage it.
brad
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#19
Good to know....i should be ready this weekend i think.
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#20
I have a question for Lisa and Scott. Do imis do well in groups, or do you keep them in pairs? Lisa, you have 5. Are they all together, or a pair and a trio? Scott, it looks like yours are probably separate, judging from the way you listed them? I ask because I have a 1.1 group, and I keep their babies in a separate viv. One is about grown up now, and just wondered if they should be kept separate or do OK in a group?
Your vivs are beautiful! And I really like the color of those green imis! Thanks for any info you can give me.
Diane
P. Terribilis orange, R. Imitator Cainarachi Valley, D. Leucomelas, D. Auratus, D. Azureus, P. vittatus, D. cobalts, D.Oyapok, Bombina Orientalis
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