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Ameerega silverstonei ?
#1
is there anyone out there that has these. i have always liked these. s. Stewart has them on his site but i have never seen a for sale on it. or are these one of the tuff frogs to get.
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#2
Join the list of people that would love to work with some. I almost got some back in the early 2000's but some bad luck and a vacation mishap ruined my chances. I have heard there are still some around but probably fetch upwards of $500 each...
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#3
I 'almost' got some in the early 2000's also Craig. Waited for over two years for the trade, after I had supplied my end of the deal . Seemed the guy who said he was breeding them never really bred them when while were trading...
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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BTW Walt, contact Eric M.
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#5
after i wrote this did some "looking around" read that this is a very tough frog to keep and breed. read that some people had them and as soon as they transfered them to a diferent viv they died. or they bred and then stoped breeding for these people. i just wonder why sean stewert has had them posted on his site for all these years and not see "availible for sale''.
i guess now i know why you don't see any for sale.
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I think a few 'west coast' hobbyists had them, but you are right Walt, that species is hard to keep in addition to rare in the hobby. Nice looking though.
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