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Hello from florida
#1

Hello. I just got into dart frogs a few months ago. In fact I don't even own a frog yet. I'm sure I'll have a lot of questions, but for now I just wanted to say hi.
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#2

Hello. and welcome to Dart Den! Please post often, and pix are always appreciated!

P. Terribilis orange, R. Imitator Cainarachi Valley, D. Leucomelas, D. Auratus, D. Azureus, P. vittatus, D. cobalts, D.Oyapok, Bombina Orientalis
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#3

Welcome, best advice is to read over the 100s of threads, practice culturing fruit flies several weeks prior to actually buying first animals, and try to meet some locals who keep frogs.

Good Luck

Scott - North Dallas
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#4

Welcome to the hobby. What part of FL are you in?

Dustin Y.
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#5

I live in Northeast Florida Near Jacksonville.
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#6

Nice, there are a few folks up your way which should make getting some local frogs fairly easy when your ready.

Dustin Y.
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#7

Um bit of an odd question but, do you think that anyone will care that I am a freshmen in High School? Freshmen or not I still have several years of Terrarium keeping under my belt.
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#8

I think it's great that a freshman in HS is interested in frogs, and terrariums! That being said, I can tell you the one reservation people may have about your age. PDFs can live close to 20 years. You are 14 or 15. When you graduate HS, you may go off to college. This means months away from home, breaks back at home, etc. Vivariums aren't easy to travel with. Growing fruit flies isn't the most mobile thing, either. If you get frogs soon, in 3 years what will become of them? They are not disposable, they need care for many years.
If you are a responsible young person, and can come up with a plan for the future of the frogs, go for it!

P. Terribilis orange, R. Imitator Cainarachi Valley, D. Leucomelas, D. Auratus, D. Azureus, P. vittatus, D. cobalts, D.Oyapok, Bombina Orientalis
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