Discussion in 'Members Frogs & Vivariums' started by greenoasis1, Feb 18, 2009.
Keep getting kicked out is there a better way to post photos?
Any way here are some more...
Great photos Phil.
Always love seeing those piggy back photos.
Im liking your Malaysian leaf frogs. Looks like a good sign of things to come.
Thanks for sharing.
I love the auratus in the first photo!
Nice shots Phil!
That auratus is one you don't see every day - how many individuals are you keeping together? Pretty neat looking frog.
Nice frogs Phil. What is the little green guy?
Cayo de Agua by any chance?
Probably Cayo de Agua (one of my favs), I love the leaping shot too haha that's an instant classic.
M. nasutas in amplexus=pure awesomeness. Hope you're successfull with those, I know a guy with a few dozen tads right now, says they take months and months and forever to morph, has had for a long time and they just started sprouting limbs this week!
Sign me up for some if you get tads :x
What is the first frog?
what camera are you using?
Mystah-The first frog is a kahlua/cream or sometimes called campana.
The camera that I'm using is a CANON REBEL XTI with a 70mm macro lens for most of these photos.
Al - the green frog is a Cayo de aqua pumilio
Afterdark- KAHLUA/CREAM auratus I keep two males and a female.
They do lay clutches but not to often I've sold a few offspring in the past, but now I'm holding them back to get another breeding group
Brock- I'm hoping the M. nasutas will lay, they go into amplexus every couple of months but still no eggs hopfully soon .
Thought I would add some more photo's.
LOVE the Pics!!!
Nice Galacts Phil!
Do you mind telling me a bit about them?
How long have you had them?
How old are they?
What size/ratio group are you keeping?
Any breeding success?
What size tank are they in?
Thanks very much - looking forward to your input!
The Galacts I've only had them since Feb 22nd when I picked them up from Mark Pepper.
I believe they are 4-5 months old.
I purchased four .
Right now they're in a 16"cube I plan on putting them into a larger tank when they get bigger.
Some new additions
A few more pix
Here are some more photos of frogs and a new viv build.
Looking good Phil!
looks great, how did you make the vines?
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