Look here MikesPhatFrogs - HomeI've been browsing around for a few weeks now and was wondering does anyone now the different colors or morphs and their genetics?
I understand that most of them are recessive but are there dominant or co-dominant forms too?
Can anyone list the curent (named and proven) colors/morphs of the cramwelli? If possible links to pics of juvs & adults.
Are there actualy colors/morphs of the ornata?
Sorry for all these questions but here in Europe there isn't much info, or morphs available of both species.
I'm trying to get as much info on them as possible since I am interested in trying to breed them over here in the future.
I(ve been working/breeding with reptiles and amphibians for over 25 years now but due to a serious illness 2 years ago I had to stop.
Now I'm doing better again I want to try the Ceratophrys species as I'm fascinated about them and I can mannage a fair amount of them.
As reptiles & amphibians are a main part of my life, I do know how to care for most of them. My job as a head of animals at a reptile importer here helped a lot but we do not get many Cerathophrys here a lot.