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Oophaga Pic ?
#1
Seen this little guy on a night hike in Ecuador.
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#2
Nice pic. Interesting that it was out at night.
Not an Oophaga though.
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#3
Is that an Oophaga, or an Ameerega?
Jon
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#4
Not an Oophaga . Not as sure on my other genera , but not an Oophaga.
Parvula.
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#5
Ameerega parvula?
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#6
zachk Wrote:Ameerega parvula?
Yup.


Was that picture taken by you Boss? Because the daylight/flash looks interesting and the frog should be bedded down at night. Similar pics on Dendrobase.
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#7
Dinner
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#8
wasn't sure what kind it was, just toke a stab at it
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#9
RichFrye Wrote:
zachk Wrote:Ameerega parvula?
Yup.


Was that picture taken by you Boss? Because the daylight/flash looks interesting and the frog should be bedded down at night. Similar pics on Dendrobase.

Yes I took that on a night hike, and he was there two nights later on a different leaf though.
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#10
Ameerega Genus I believe.

One of these Species:

Ameerega andina (Myers & Burrowes, 1987) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega bassleri (Melin, 1941) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega berohoka Vaz-Silva & Maciel, 2011[2]
Ameerega bilinguis (Jungfer, 1989) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega boliviana (Boulenger, 1902) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega braccata (Steindachner, 1864)
Ameerega cainarachi (Schulte, 1989) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega erythromos (Vigle & Miyata, 1980) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega flavopicta (Lutz, 1925) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega hahneli (Boulenger, 1883) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega ingeri (Cochran & Goin, 1970) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega labialis (Cope, 1874)
Ameerega macero (Rodriguez & Myers, 1993) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega maculata (W. Peters, 1873)
Ameerega parvula (Boulenger, 1882)
Ameerega peruviridis (Bauer, 1986)
Ameerega petersi (Silverstone, 1976) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega picta (Tschudi, 1838) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega planipaleae (Morales & Velazco, 1998) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega pongoensis (Schulte, 1999) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega pulchripecta (Silverstone, 1976) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega rubriventris (Lotters, Debold, Henle, Glaw & Kneller, 1997)
Ameerega silverstonei (Myers & Daly, 1979) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega simulans (Myers, Rodriguez & Icochea, 2000)
Ameerega smaragdina (Silverstone, 1976) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega trivittata (Spix, 1824) (formerly in Epipedobates)
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#11
It's a parvula, no flashmarks.
Big bright flash marks on a bilinguis.

Philsuma Wrote:Ameerega Genus I believe.

One of these Species:

Ameerega andina (Myers & Burrowes, 1987) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega bassleri (Melin, 1941) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega berohoka Vaz-Silva & Maciel, 2011[2]
Ameerega bilinguis (Jungfer, 1989) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega boliviana (Boulenger, 1902) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega braccata (Steindachner, 1864)
Ameerega cainarachi (Schulte, 1989) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega erythromos (Vigle & Miyata, 1980) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega flavopicta (Lutz, 1925) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega hahneli (Boulenger, 1883) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega ingeri (Cochran & Goin, 1970) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega labialis (Cope, 1874)
Ameerega macero (Rodriguez & Myers, 1993) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega maculata (W. Peters, 1873)
Ameerega parvula (Boulenger, 1882)
Ameerega peruviridis (Bauer, 1986)
Ameerega petersi (Silverstone, 1976) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega picta (Tschudi, 1838) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega planipaleae (Morales & Velazco, 1998) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega pongoensis (Schulte, 1999) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega pulchripecta (Silverstone, 1976) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega rubriventris (Lotters, Debold, Henle, Glaw & Kneller, 1997)
Ameerega silverstonei (Myers & Daly, 1979) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega simulans (Myers, Rodriguez & Icochea, 2000)
Ameerega smaragdina (Silverstone, 1976) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Ameerega trivittata (Spix, 1824) (formerly in Epipedobates)
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#12
I was In the Napo River basin when I toke that
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#13
OK did some research its an a. Purvula now can you buy those in the states? Legally lol
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Boss Frog Wrote:OK did some research its an a. Purvula now can you buy those in the states? Legally lol
Ask here before DB Tongue , for Phil...

I'm not an Ameerega guy , but I don't personally know of anyone legally working with Parvula or legally importing them. I could very well be wrong.

What do you shoot with and what flash did you use on the guy?


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


If tone is more important to you than content, you are at the wrong place.

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RichFrye Wrote:
Boss Frog Wrote:OK did some research its an a. Purvula now can you buy those in the states? Legally lol
Ask here before DB Tongue , for Phil...

I'm not an Ameerega guy , but I don't personally know of anyone legally working with Parvula or legally importing them. I could very well be wrong.

What do you shoot with and what flash did you use on the guy?

Rich

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RichFrye Wrote:
Boss Frog Wrote:OK did some research its an a. Purvula now can you buy those in the states? Legally lol
Ask here before DB Tongue , for Phil...

I'm not an Ameerega guy , but I don't personally know of anyone legally working with Parvula or legally importing them. I could very well be wrong.

What do you shoot with and what flash did you use on the guy?


Rich


shot with a Canon Rebel with the standard flash.He was right on the side of the path just chillin out.
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Boss Frog Wrote:
RichFrye Wrote:
Boss Frog Wrote:OK did some research its an a. Purvula now can you buy those in the states? Legally lol
Ask here before DB Tongue , for Phil...

I'm not an Ameerega guy , but I don't personally know of anyone legally working with Parvula or legally importing them. I could very well be wrong.

What do you shoot with and what flash did you use on the guy?


Rich


shot with a Canon Rebel with the standard flash.He was right on the side of the path just chillin out.


Cool. I'm a Cannon guy now too.
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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