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Discussion in 'Members Frogs & Vivariums' started by bbjoeys, Oct 3, 2017.

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    The glass frogs have eggs!!!!

    The last photo was a different glass frog that landed on me when I was taking the photo.

    They are my favourite frog.
     

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    close ups
     

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    I have had these ones for years. They are very fragrant.
     

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    we need a male! 5 females here!
     

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    Female glass frog laid eggs! Male glass frog is guarding them.
     

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    Ron Jung and Vincetomeya like this.
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    Thia Iquitos is a male right? He seems like a male to me but I don't see him calling. He is not huge and pear shaped like my female.
    I threw in a variabilis photo too because he was watching me for the longest time today. I am finding both species have been really bold lately!
     

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    Id be voting for FEMALE on that amazonica 'iquitos'
     

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