List of dendrobatids available in Canada

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  1. Phyllobates azureus

    Phyllobates azureus Member

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    I've been doing a bit of research, and I've found most of the darts that you can buy in Canada.
    If I am missing any, or including any that are not available here, then please point it out.
    Discuss.

    Dendrobates auratus
    Dendrobates leucomelas
    Dendrobates tinctorius
    Dendrobates truncatus

    Epipedobates anthonyi
    Epipedobates tricolor

    Ranitomeya amazonica
    Ranitomeya benedicta
    Ranitomeya fantastica
    Ranitomeya flavovittata (unsure of how readily available it is in Canada, but Understory has offered it at expos at least twice)
    Ranitomeya imitator
    Ranitomeya reticulata
    Ranitomeya sirensis (formerly R. lamasi)
    Ranitomeya summersi (unsure of how readily available it is in Canada, but UE has offered it at expos at least twice)
    Ranitomeya variabilis (including ventrimaculata)

    Oophaga pumilio
    Oophaga sylvatica

    Adelphobates galactonotus

    Ameerega altamazonica
    Ameerega bassleri
    Ameerega hanheli
    Ameerega pepperi
    Ameerega trivittata

    Phyllobates bicolor
    Phyllobates terribilis
    Phyllobates vittatus

    Hyloxalus azurventris

    Mantella aurantiaca
    Mantella baroni
    Mantella betsileo
    Mantella crocea
    Mantella laevigata (I think)
    Mantella madagascariensis
    Mantella milotympanum
    Mantella pulchra
    Mantella viridis
     
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    Oophaga sylvatica (I think) you are right i have a friend who just got a pair of these
     
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    Oh I can see the list growing with just the morphs of each species. Just keep in mind there are more rare morphs then others that are available in Canada.
     
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    A. hahneli and A. altamazonica were on UE's last price list.
     
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    Added to the list ;)
     
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    tricolor is in Canada? keep in mind most "tricolors" are now anthonyi...

    UE has pepperi too...
     
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    the everlasting tricolor/anthonyi war...
    I am wondering if there aren't more differences in coke and pepsi ;p

    sylvaticas aren't really avail for sale right now.. but definitely will in a while! UE sold a few to some breeders

    aren't you putting mantellas along? I got CB pulchras:p
     
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    Yes, we have Moraspungas here.

    Added.
     
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    you still forgot pulchra.. but are we talking about CB here? are these all CB?

    there are some CB atelopus too!
    spumarius for say, and hoogmoedi

    I say we keep it to CB only, whatcha think?
     
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    completly agree buddy :p
     
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    Where are the CB atelopus? Who's producing them? [aside from zeteki in zoos]

    There's also CB M. nigricans, although they are far and few between [hopefully my WC group start producing soon]
     
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    I don't have much informations about them, but i would think they all come from zoos? They been breeding them for some time but they just weren't allowed to let em go, right?
    I know at least 2 people in Quebec who's got some:)

    can't be WC right?... they weren't really expensive either but they're not the most beautiful atelopus
     
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    Yes, all the frogs listed here will be CB.
    And I have now added Mantella pulchra, Atelopus spumarius, and Atelopus hoogmoedi to the list. (Those aren't dendrobatids, but they are very similar).
     
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    You have NIGRICANS?!? That's great!
    From what I've heard they're quite big for Mantellas, how big are they?
     
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    Only the zeteki's [and the occaisonal hoogmoedi] come from zoos, and the zoos are NOT allowed to sell them to the public [although there is a captive zeteki group in europe, but that is 100% illegal.]

    I was actually going to go in on that project with Eric and the other guy. those "hoogmoedi" are completely WC, and possibly full of *you know what*
    Most if not all "hoogmoedi" [not spumarius, as far as i know only "hoogmoedi" is being imported] are being imported from Suriname, and are full of Chytrid. I ended up loosing my trio to it.


    small, maybe between the size of my betsileo and madagascariensis?
     
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    Hello,
    Nice work!
    Do you know where I could found Mantella baronii in Canada ideally Quebec province?
    Thanks
    Luc
     

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