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Some pictures from the frog rooms
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Hey everyone, I have been pretty inactive on the boards but now that things are starting to calm down with work I'm gonna try and change that! Here is a few shots from around the house!

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#2
These shots are incredible! I think I may have seen a few of them around the web. Great looking frogs.
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#3
Great photographs!!! Thank you for sharing them!
0.0.2 ‘Turquoise and Bronze’ D. Auratus (Michael Shrom line)
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#4
Great shots Chris! Whats that pum in the third pic? Is the last pic a Blackwater?
-Field Smith
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#5
Also forgot to ask, what is the frog on the very 1st picture?

thank you

Juan
0.0.2 ‘Turquoise and Bronze’ D. Auratus (Michael Shrom line)
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Juand15 Wrote:Also forgot to ask, what is the frog on the very 1st picture?

reticulata...amazing frogs
-Field Smith
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#7
Awesome stuff....THIS is what the hobby is about - Photo ENVY !!!

The backpack Retic....hmmm...may just have a "cover" in him.

Glorious !
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Philsuma Wrote:Awesome stuff....THIS is what the hobby is about - Photo ENVY !!!

The backpack Retic....hmmm...may just have a "cover" in him.

Glorious !


Agreed. Caring for these awesome creatures is a blast!
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fieldsmith Wrote:Great shots Chris! Whats that pum in the third pic? Is the last pic a Blackwater?

Thank you! The third pic is a female 2011 SNDF or Strictly "Cristobal" and the last pic is a female Kelly line Amazonicus ( or at least thats what she was sold to me as a Few years ago,I'll be honest I can't keep up with all these name changes Smile)
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Philsuma Wrote:Awesome stuff....THIS is what the hobby is about - Photo ENVY !!!

The backpack Retic....hmmm...may just have a "cover" in him.

Glorious !

Thanks Phil! Ya, male retic is super photogenic! They are in a hex that fogs up quite a bit during winter so taking pictures would normally be a pain, he however doesn't move when the canopy comes off and makes things easy on me!
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#11
I think a couple of your frogs swallowed marbles Smile

Good looking frogs, looks like you have a nice collection. I used to have some banded imi's and loved them. Do you let them raise offspring or pull their eggs?
Scott Bryant
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boombotty Wrote:I think a couple of your frogs swallowed marbles Smile

Good looking frogs, looks like you have a nice collection. I used to have some banded imi's and loved them. Do you let them raise offspring or pull their eggs?

Haha yep, both the highland and southern Variabilis lay huge clutches so they look like they can hardly walk just before it's time! With the bandeds I've been pulling their clutches, they haven't gotten sneaky yet so I'm taking them while I can!
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#13
Wow Chris
Yup, lots of photo Envy! btw - that is the best Basti pics I have seen.

Thanks for posting
Scott
Scott - North Dallas
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fieldsmith Wrote:
Juand15 Wrote:Also forgot to ask, what is the frog on the very 1st picture?

reticulata...amazing frogs

Thank you.

I think i really do know now what Frogs i would want to get. now the only issue is would be getting them!

Once again Great pictures.

Juan
0.0.2 ‘Turquoise and Bronze’ D. Auratus (Michael Shrom line)
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Juand15 Wrote:
fieldsmith Wrote:
Juand15 Wrote:Also forgot to ask, what is the frog on the very 1st picture?

reticulata...amazing frogs

Thank you.

I think i really do know now what Frogs i would want to get. now the only issue is would be getting them!

Once again Great pictures.

Juan

Hey Juan,
They are one of my favorite frogs as well, however I would not advise someone to start out with them as they tend to be a little more difficult to keep than many other readily available species. Once you have had a bit of experience in keeping darts contact me and we can work on getting you some!

Chris
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RanaVenenosa Wrote:Wow Chris
Yup, lots of photo Envy! btw - that is the best Basti pics I have seen.

Thanks for posting
Scott
Thanks Scott! Here is a few more!


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Hey Chris, great shots.
Did you get that last terribilis from a couple in CO?
Rich
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#18
I love the colors on the escudo. It seemed like the more blue, the more desirable when they came in, but I really like the "high reds" like this one. The color contrast is awesome.
Scott Bryant
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RichFrye Wrote:Hey Chris, great shots.
Did you get that last terribilis from a couple in CO?
Rich

Thanks Rich! I got the group of mints from Aaron's Frog Farm back in June of 2006. Are you asking because of the yellow crown?
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boombotty Wrote:I love the colors on the escudo. It seemed like the more blue, the more desirable when they came in, but I really like the "high reds" like this one. The color contrast is awesome.

Hey Scott,

My female is almost solid blue with just a touch of red/orange and like you I like the high red much more! This male actually has such light blue cheeks that it almostappears white, he's a looker for sure! Ill try and get a side shot of him tonight.

Chris
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