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Random frog photos - The Green Oasis pics
#1
I don't post too often here,so I thought I''d post some random frog shots.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#2
Great pics Phil - looks like POTM material to me!
Scott - North Dallas
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#3
NIce! I like that imitator shot best.
-Dan
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#4
RanaVenenosa Wrote:Great pics Phil - looks like POTM material to me!

Yes indeed !
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#5
Nice stuff for sure.
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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#6
Thanks everyone.

Here's a few more.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#7
I really like your pics. Very nice frogs/camera! My jealousy meter is rising haha
Josh
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#8
A recent photo.
Shot through the acyrlic door.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#9
Very nice !!
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#10
Love the coloration. Is that a vent or amazonicus (old clasification)?
Scott Bryant
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#11
boombotty Wrote:Love the coloration. Is that a vent or amazonicus (old clasification)?

It's a Iquitos vent,which I think now would be called a Ranitomeya "Iquitos" amazonica.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#12
Hi Phil, nice pics, what is the last ameergea bassleri/pepperi in the first set of pictures?
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#13
cbreon Wrote:Hi Phil, nice pics, what is the last ameergea bassleri/pepperi in the first set of pictures?

Thanks cbreon,

It a Ameerega pepperi "Orangehead"
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#14
WOW. Amazing pictures. I'm almost embarrassed
At the prior pics that I have posted in the past.
Your Pics are so sharp and bright. I should invest
In a good camera but what extra cash I have goes into
My next dart frog purchase. Lol
Almost done with my frog wish list. Just need
A pair of cayo de Agua or cayo de nancy and
A pair of powder blue. Then I'm getting a nice
Camera. Any suggestions on camera?
Thanks for the great pics.
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#15
Coqui Wrote:WOW. Amazing pictures. I'm almost embarrassed
At the prior pics that I have posted in the past.
Your Pics are so sharp and bright. I should invest
In a good camera but what extra cash I have goes into
My next dart frog purchase. Lol
Almost done with my frog wish list. Just need
A pair of cayo de Agua or cayo de nancy and
A pair of powder blue. Then I'm getting a nice
Camera. Any suggestions on camera?
Thanks for the great pics.

Thanks for your comments.
I really don't have a suggestion on camera brand or model.
All I could suggest is buying a recent dslr model from Canon or Nikon (depending on which you prefer)and a couple of good lenses including a good macro lens.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#16
A few more frog photos.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#17
Phil,

How are you liking the Truncs?
Glenn
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#18
frogfreak Wrote:Phil,

How are you liking the Truncs?

I think they're a great dart,quite bold always out,reminds me of an auratus.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#19
Few recent photos.
Phil Ramos
The Green Oasis
www.thegreenoasis.ca
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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#20
Great pics, thanks for sharing!
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