White Basimento aka Gold Dust Bastimento

Discussion in 'Dart Frogs General' started by Ron Jung, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. Ron Jung

    Ron Jung Legendary Member

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    I wanted to share a couple of pictures of my Gold Dust Basti's. You probably will never see these and unfortunately I lost them when we moved 3.5 years ago. We had a ton of frogs and tanks and no frog room. By the time we were moved in and had a frog room built I lost a few of my frogs and these guys were one of the ones I lost. If anyone know where I might be able to get them please let me know as I really miss them.

    Ron. Golddust Pumilio3.JPG Golddust Pumilio4.JPG
     
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    They are stunning. Could you keep those with regular bastis? or are they a completely different species (local) and should be kept seperate
     
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    Wow, amazing looking frogs. Its too bad to hear about what happened to them :( hopefully someone has some available for you
     
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    These are gorgeous!!
     
  5. Ron Jung

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    Thanks everyone. Ya they were awsome one of my most favourite Pumilio's I had if not the most favourite. They should be kept seperate so they don't cross. Since they are a Basti they can cross with Red, Orange or other Basti's. There are a few variations of the Gold Dust Basti's as well. A really good site to see the different morphs of Gold Dust is on SNDF Simply Natural Dart Frogs. Marcus Breeze owns it and is a really nice fellow. Hope to meet him one day if I make my way back down to Florida.

    Here is the link to his morphs of Pumilio's where you will see the different Gold Dust morphs.
    http://www.sndartfrogs.com/galleryfspumilio.html


    Ron.
     

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