Greenoasis' Random frog and vivarium pix

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  1. greenoasis1

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    Keep getting kicked out is there a better way to post photos?
    Any way here are some more...
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    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.
     
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    I love the auratus in the first photo! :D
     
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    Nice shots Phil!

    That auratus is one you don't see every day - how many individuals are you keeping together? Pretty neat looking frog.

    Cheers,
     
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    Nice frogs Phil. What is the little green guy?
     
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    Cayo de Agua by any chance?
     
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    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

    Great pics.
     
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    beautiful

    What is the first frog?
    what camera are you using?
     
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    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 .
     
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    Thought I would add some more photo's.
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    LOVE the Pics!!!
     
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    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!

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    Afterdark

    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.
     
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    Some new additions
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    A few more pix

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    Here are some more photos of frogs and a new viv build.

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    Looking good Phil!
     
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    looks great, how did you make the vines?
     
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    DITTO?
     

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