What to do on a cold winter day? play with the frogs!

Discussion in 'Members Frogs & Vivariums' started by syble, Jan 17, 2009.

  1. syble

    syble Contributing Member

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    Snow snow and more snow all day here, not to mention the fridgid temps... Decided to take this operatunity to catch up on my frogs with all my MIA time. Worked on tanks, lots of pruning and refreshing, not to mention glass to wipe :roll:
    Enjoy
    Sib ;)

    Good time as always to snap some photos:

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    citronella male

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    giant blue

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    leuc

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    microspot -I'm always seeing these guys on glass and upperreaches. they really make use of the whole viv.

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    Costa rican - another nice bold auratus.
     
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    You know some of my turquois and bronze auratus have the same pattern as your microspot.... maybe they are related or maybe mine are actually microspot... I don't know. :|
     
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    Great Pictures BTW!!!
     
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    After i got my group of micro spots, I was looking at getting more auratus. I should mention that my group is 3 spotted and one that has a bit of a stripe down the back. I looked at the turquiose and bronze and el cope, and they all looked simular, though they were more variable in markings. I seam to recall mark telling me they are all found near each other. So what ever yours came labled as is likely what they are. I seam to also recall reading in a morph guide somewhere that microspots are like no dot citronellas, just line bred.
    Thanks
    Sib ;)
     

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