Discussion in 'Dart Frogs General' started by erikm, Aug 22, 2016.
I'm glad you enjoy!
Here are some shots of the trio of Esperanzas. I took a couple of each of them, one in bright light to show their colours and the other in the vivarium. The first one I saw calling so I can safely say he's a male
Here's a female hopefully, she's much rounder
And the last one, round too (another female?)
One last shot of the male, purple!
Thanks for looking
Looking awesome! Really amazed with all the pums that came in. The Punta Laurel I got are fantastic too. I'll post pics soon.
My male has been calling non stop since they went in the viv, and there is a clutch of 5 eggs already. Can't say yet if anything will come of them, but goes to show the quality of the frogs we received. Bold, mature, healthy, and ready to go!
WOW!!! The colour on the last picture. AMAZING! I'll post my pictures tomorrow......and agree all these frogs seem to be very healthy and adjusting well. Im very happy with my new addition.
The Esperanza are so awesome. Love the variability!
I uploaded a few photos to a new album with the new Bahia Grand import. Some pictures I think I need to fix, as they wont load. Sorry some are dark, it was hard getting a good picture, they are so fast, they don't hop they spring. lol I will take a few more and post more at a later date.
If they won't upload, they are likely too large in file size or dimensions.
Yes, I cropped them I'll take off the crop and load them up!
If they are too large you can try using an online reducer like this:
Huh, weird. I'll have to try it. Thanks!
Beauty frog btw!
There is something else interesting in the photo too
Clutch of eggs perhaps?
One more of Prince
And the first eggs
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Awesome awesome awesome!!!!
I am Soooooo jelly of everonnes Reo Colubre. Dibs on some of the first babies!!
For you Dawn! Hopefully a second 1.1!
Question: Three of our new frogs ( oophaga Bahia Grand) sleep in the brom each night and one female ( fat with eggs) in the cave. In the brom would be 2 males and the one female that had eggs, she released her eggs on a pothos leaf 2 days ago. My question is wouldn't the males be territorial and not sleep in the same plant every night, and they all 4 are together throughout the day. No fighting at all and only one of the males we see call. I am thinking we have three females, and one male, we were to get 2 males and 2 females. Either way I'm happy I just was wondering if that was normal. Our other Viv ( Varaderos) they don't " bond " like these new frogs do.??
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