The Ever Growing Collection

Discussion in 'Dart Frogs General' started by dutchscum, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. frogfreak

    frogfreak Legendary Member

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    That jar is a great idea. Moss loves very high humidity! If you pound it with light it take right off. :)

    The big Exo looks great!
     
  2. dutchscum

    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    just waiting for the oak leaf ficus to take off in the background and it will be amazing

    heres some action ( i Hope ) from just 3 mins ago
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    now that does look promising!
     
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    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    thanks thats what i thought but i wasnt sure
     
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    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    they seem to love that orchid and is it wierd that they are almost always together?
    i feel bad for the other female she seems lonely
     
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    Awesome...hopefully eggs soon...knock on wood
     
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    thanks guys im hopping so also
     
  8. dutchscum

    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    a small update

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    i really love this picture
     

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    Great picture!!! Let me guess taken with your phone?.....;):D:)
     
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    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    hahaha yep im loving this phone
     
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    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    here are a few tank shots of some of my setups

    any coments welcome :p

    Galacs Viv
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    Auratus tank
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    Empty viv ( Oophaga Soon ) S
    Sorry glass is very dirty

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    as always ill try and keep this thread updated as often as i get pics

    thanks
     
  12. dutchscum

    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    small update today :p

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    the azureus getting huge
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    cobalt
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    and last this auratus is she just fat or is something else going on?
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    like the look of the glacs viv
     
  14. Gabor

    Gabor Contributing Member

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    I think that Auratus is way too fat! My females are not even close to that and lay 15+ eggs.... Just saying....
     
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    dutchscum Contributing Member

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    and mine never lays none lol but geez the flies and springtails breed in the viv they eat all the time i do nothing but look and mist haha
     
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    can you show me a size comparison for an adult auratus?
     
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    The springs in the vivarium can not overpopulate that is for sure! However I do have three in a 18 x 18 x 24 Exo, so there is food for all! I will take some pictures tomorrow. I just got back from work and the lights are out! :(
     
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    thanks i apreciate it
     
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    looks like your frog is retaining some water. It could also be a bacterial infection.
    If it is retaining water, better get some Amphibian Ringer solution before it starts to affect the organs.
     
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    after looking at the other 3 frogs ive noticed that ive been feeding a little too much they are just fat :p
     

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