First Morning Home Ranitomeya vanzolinii

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    The Iquitos are healthy and well fed but hide a lot. I have had my hands in there quite a bit so I am going to leave them alone for a few weeks and see what happens.
     
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    6 tadpoles out and 10 embryos to go.
     

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    15 tads happy and growing! I am sure there are more in the viv but I am certainly not pulling them!
     

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    Remember me when these are ready to go;)
     
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    I can't believe how bold these guys are. They call all the time and are quickly becoming my favourite frog.
     

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    They look great! How many frogs in the group?
     
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    Thanks Erik! Just the pair but they are raising many tads.
     

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    All tads doing well. I love the new pitcher on the ampullaria. The parent-raised tads seem to be bigger but I have not compared them side by side. Can you spot the male in the pic?

    2nd pic is Cochleanthes amazonica which blooms regularly here. One of my favourites!
     

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    They came out for food but she hid again.
     

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    Finally, our first vanzo baby in situ. Our 11 year old found it and it was so exciting to find our first parent raised froglet. The others are doing well and some have their front legs.
     

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    Congrats it looks great!
     
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    Love the purple catt

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    A tad came OOW and it is a vanzo! I hope there are more. I will start labelling jars!
     

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    surprises are fun!
     
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    The froglets looks wonderful. I just saw my first vanzoliniis today, and I think I'm smitten with them. Really lovely frogs.
     

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