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    Re: Just a few questions

    Leucomelas are one species of the larger dart frogs that does well in groups, especially when they grow up together. You would likely do best to pick up four juveniles because it is not uncommon to...
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    Re: New poison dart frog!

    Wow! Those tomato frogs look amazing. Are they difficult to keep?
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    Re: Where have my isopods gone?

    I don't believe I have ever seen any of the isopods I have put in my vivaria. I'm sure they are still there and probably dispersed all over the substrate both horizontally and vertically. Some...
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    Re: A few dart frog questions?

    This is one of my favorite photos. It's a male pumilio and two of the tadpoles have climbed on his back with two others waiting. This species actually raises its own tadpoles in bromiliad pools. ...
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    Re: A few dart frog questions?

    Actually, most dart frogs lay their eggs on damp surfaces, like fallen leaves in the wild. After they hatch, the parents let them climb on their backs and transport them to a pool of water. In...
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    Re: A few dart frog questions?

    See responses in different colored text below.
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    Re: Best dart for group living in 55g set up?

    I have had great success with bicolors in groups and I understand that terribilis do just as well. I've also kept leucomelas, but they seem more shy than the bicolors, which are very bold and in the...
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    Re: Tadpole Developing Hind Legs

    How are the tadpoles doing?
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    Re: Cool find but not good news

    Here are a couple of photos. I can't release him, so if anyone is interested in having him, I'll give him to you for the cost of shipping. I can offer you some iso cultures and plant cuttings to make...
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    Cool find but not good news

    My son was cutting palmetto fronds in the backyard today and came in with a particularly large tree frog. It is cool, for sure, but it's definitely a Cuban tree frog. I live in St. Augustine and...
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    Re: will a 9" marine toad eat a 4 1/2" cane toad

    Someone please correct me if I am wrong, but I was under the impression that Marine Toad and Cane Toad were both names for the same species (Bufo marinus). Even so, they are aggressive feeders and...
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    Wanted: Re: springtails/woodlice

    Check out BugsInCyberspace.com buy live feeder insect species roach flies and more

    They have several nice varieties of isopods (woodlice) and springtails. For cleanup duty, the giant orange...
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    Re: Tree frogs vrs. Darts for beginers

    One of my main reasons for keeping mostly dart frogs is that they are active during the day. All the treefrogs I've kept have been practically invisible until well after the lights go out. Consider...
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    Re: My Green Anole Lizard

    We have them around our house and there always seems to be one inhabiting our screened in porch. It was interesting to watch, but the brown anoles did not appear in our area until about 5 years...
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    Wanted: Female Megophrys montana

    I have a friend who is looking for a female Asian horned frog (Megaphrys montana). Pleasse send me a PM if you have one for sale or know where to find one.
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    Re: how to breed darts?

    Depending on the height, those sizes are way too small for the larger species. Even if the height is 24 inches (making the volume ~20 gallons), an 8x24 area of floor space (minus space occupied by...
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    Re: how to breed darts?

    I breed quite a few different species/morphs. Be sure to do lots of research. You always want to breed frogs that are from the same locale and import group, if possible. There are dozens of unique...
  18. Thread: American Bullfrog

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    Wanted: Re: American Bullfrog

    I was planning to give them away or release them. The problem is that depending on where you live, the overnight shipping and temp control packing would cost at least $50. If you can save one or...
  19. Thread: Magnolia Leaves

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    Wanted: Re: Magnolia Leaves

    That's a generous offer. I can share a bit about leaves that I've picked up over the years.

    It's best to let them fall and then allow them to cure for a few weeks in a dry place. When they are...
  20. Thread: American Bullfrog

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    Wanted: Re: American Bullfrog

    I actually have two juveniles that we caught as tadpoles in May. They are about 3 months out of the water.
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    Re: Help with Identification!

    What part of the country did the frog come from?
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    Wanted: Re: American Toad (Bufo americanus)

    They are active at night and don't need any kind of lamp. The cost is in the shipping and packing, so one would cost the same as several. I wasn't charging anything for the toad. If you send me...
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    Wanted: Re: American Toad (Bufo americanus)

    We had some Southern Toads (Bufo terrestris) spawn in our garden pond and we have lots of small toads. Obviously they'd need to be shipped, which, including Phase 22 packs (to keep the temperature...
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    Re: For all you pacman lovers show us your pacman frogs

    I keep mostly dart frogs, but have always wanted a pacman. When I saw this one in Daytona last month, I had to get him. I love the red mixed in with the green. He was already the size of a half...
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    Re: Photo of the month October 2011

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    One of my favorite azureus photos.
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