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eos photo thread
#1
I'll be posting my pictures here... It will be a mix of cell phone pics and dslr pics...

I'll kick it off with a few cell phone pics

20 gallon long d. leucomelas tank:
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one of the inhabitants:
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20 gallon long p. terribilis 'mint' tank
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one of the inhabitants:
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20 gallon high r. ventrimaculata 'french guyana' (now r. amazonica)
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one of the inhabitants... this is the very fertile lady
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26 gallon bowfront - no inhabitants except for one of the vent tads in a deli cup in the water
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That's all for now... My collection isn't as big as it was before, so hopefully yall don't get bored seeing the same few frogs over and over.

:mrgreen:
.Riko
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#2
Some mo

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.Riko
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#3
Nice looking vivs Riko, nice shootings too!

- My favorite would be R. amazonicus... Both viv and dart! :wink:

Thanks for sharing.
(Even you do not have too many frogs... Doesn´t matter) :!: :wink:
Flemming, Denmark.

http://www.regnskoven.dk/en/nature-cons ... de-sumaco/
(In English, about conservancy in Ecuador)
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#4
Thanks!

I couldn't take any pictures of the amazonica last night because they were in their love shack. lol... but here are some Minty Fresh photos:

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.Riko
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.Riko
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#6
Hey again dude Riko loving the mint,ha you already know what we think of the rest :lol: mate first pic female right male left?
Actually the whole lot have a minty coolness about them :roll:
I'll see my self out
Stu
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#7
Hey! Thanks again... Honestly, I can't tell the mints apart except when one of them is calling.
.Riko
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#8
eos Wrote:Hey! Thanks again... Honestly, I can't tell the mints apart except when one of them is calling.
Ha the joy of identical frogs,There looks to be a size disparity Riko from that pic but obviously not/Stunning frogs we were seriously tempted by them.when we finally saw some as adults ,we felt that we wouldn't have a viv big enough that kept cool enough.the mints we saw were huge.There is something about a terribilis eye that i adore. I don't know whether the frogs we saw were representative of the species as they were the only adults we have ever seen in the flesh,my memory might be playing tricks but they seemed to dwarf all other darts i have seen,something unique about the mint terribilis for me anyway.
As before keep the pics coming 8)
Stu
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.Riko
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#10
top notch pics....love me some Leucs.
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#11
Thanks Phil.

Here's a backpacking vent..errr...amazonicus pic Smile

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.Riko
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#12
More vent eggs
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Mint
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Leucs
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And here's me hiking in Franconia Notch State Park in the White Mountains of New Hampshire
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.Riko
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#13
Great photos! Awesome frogs.

Juan
0.0.2 ‘Turquoise and Bronze’ D. Auratus (Michael Shrom line)
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