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Hello from Mexico
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Hi my name is Efren i am from Mexico City and have some Frogs, actually, they are:

0.0.3. Dendrobates azureus
0.0.5. Dendrobates auratus "bronze"
0.0.2. Dendrobates leucomelas
2.1.0. Dendrobates tinctorius "cobalt"
0.0.2. Dendrobates auratus "blue"
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#2
Hi Efren and welcome to Dart Den !

There was another hobbyist here that posted a lot of stuff and some great pics and he was from Mexico city too.

Please take your time to look around this site and enjoy yourself. We look forward to pics of your frogs and vivariums.

~Phil
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#3
Hi Efren
Welcome! glad to have you in our community. Look forward to seeing any pics and experience you can share.

-Scott
Scott - North Dallas
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#4
oh....and there are a lot of Texas froggers, just so you are aware.
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#5
Hi Efren,

My aunt lives in Mexico City. Next time I visit I can look you up. It would be great to see your frogs.
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#6
Thanks a lot where is the correct place to put the vídeos and Photos?
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#7
in one of the subforums in this section:

photography-f34/

and don't worry...place it where you think is best and I'll move it to the right spot, if needed.
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#8
Welcome!
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#9
hi these are my vivs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDcVib0dIE0
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#10
and some of the frogs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIWCBCta1wA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgH_kEIrfR0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1IeQEItxwo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOHl4BXmdhc
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#11
Wow, really nice videos Efren !

Do they have pet stores and specialty reptile stores in Mexico City ?
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#12
No we dont we cannot even get flightless fruitflies or pinhead crickets but we are some hobbists that Bring things trough the border
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#13
Efren Wrote:No we dont we cannot even get flightless fruitflies or pinhead crickets but we are some hobbists that Bring things trough the border

Wow..the 3rd or 4th largest city in the world and no frogs, supplies or feeders ??!??!

Serious question:

As a gringo, if I take a taxi in Mexico City, what is the likelyhood that I'll get kidnapped or rolled ?
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#14
Serious maybe the same that in new York Bronx
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#15
Maybe it would be the language barrier that concerns me as my Spanish is limited.....but I feel safe in a cab in NY - bronx, upper east side, Harlem.

I just can't understand why there are no big Pet Stores or exotic animal stores down there. No fish stores, salt water tanks ?
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#16
Well we have some aquariums pet stores in fact i breed clownfishes cardenalfishes, psudocromis some shrimps , corals i have more than 40 saltwater tanks but the Frogs Are still a very rare pet ( i have had Frogs for more than 10 years ) the maín reason is the food i think
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#17
I want to clear up the "taxi comment". I read that it's dangerous to travel by cab in a couple different U.S magazines and since I do a lot of traveling myself (central America but not Mexico) I was curious. I did not intend for my question to be a negative remark about your City or Country and I apologize if you took offense.

Have you tried all the major Biology departments at the local Universities for wingless fruit flies ? Often, students studying biology and genetics will have access to flightless fruit flies for use in their projects.
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#18
Dont worry i travel a lot myself too and know what is in the magazines about us
for almost 8 years used flying fruitflies but Now we get some starter kits and the last year have wingless ones and hydei too
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Philsuma Wrote:I want to clear up the "taxi comment". I read that it's dangerous to travel by cab in a couple different U.S magazines and since I do a lot of traveling myself (central America but not Mexico) I was curious. I did not intend for my question to be a negative remark about your City or Country and I apologize if you took offense.

Have you tried all the major Biology departments at the local Universities for wingless fruit flies ? Often, students studying biology and genetics will have access to flightless fruit flies for use in their projects.


My Dad got robbed getting out of the airport in Mexico City by the cops, he was in a business trip lol.(a while back though many yrs ago)

(Bienvenido Efren espero encuentres este lugar atractivo para que aprendas mas y nos enseñes lo que sepas)
Anyways Welcome Efren.

Tengo un amigo en Guadalajara el cual tiene una tienda de peces exoticos y usual mente hace ordenes a exportadores de sur america (creo que el te puede ayudar a encontrar peces raros)
I have a friend in Guadalajara who has an Exotic fish store he usually brings fish in from South America (im sure you can get cool stuff through him)

Juan
0.0.2 ‘Turquoise and Bronze’ D. Auratus (Michael Shrom line)
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#20
Bien venido efren! Eres de el DF? Acabo de venir de aguacalientes, y san miguel!!! Chingado... Tan ermoso pero bien peligroso. Lo siento con lo de tu padre... El mio no fue tan afortunado en la frontera de tamaulipas... : (
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