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    Re: Sexing Vietnamese Mossy Frogs...

    I hope this link works:

    https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpl1/v/t1.0-9/12096337_1068480973192465_8102653453512248773_n.jpg?oh=bc1c0cd2140e2d8443525fc9d970c3e7&oe=56C3AE14

    photo collage by...
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    Re: Phyllomedusa sp. identification

    I really hope it survives. To me it looks already a bit too skinny.
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    Re: Phyllomedusa sp. identification

    P. hypochondrialis ...and a very skinny one. Wild caught?
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    Re: Cruziohyla craspedopus

    Very beautiful frog (and photo)!
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    Re: Cruziohyla calcarifer amplexus

    Congrats! Do you know how old they are?
  6. Re: Gastrotheca Riobambea / Andean Marsupial Tree Frog

    Good choice! Great species with a lot of personality - you will love them for sure!
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    Re: Horned frogs breeding

    Are you serious!?!?!? surprisedfrog
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    Re: Cruziohyla craspedopus

    Hi Raf,

    thank your for your reply. Your animals resp. that you mentioned in an eMail to me that yours are very active are the reason why I have asked here. Mine are very lazy. I rarely see them...
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    Cruziohyla craspedopus

    Hi,

    I am curious how active Cruziohyla craspedopus is. Is it an active frog or a lazy one just sitting around?

    ...and with which age/size do they reach sexual maturity?

    kind regards,
    Martin
  10. Re: Trinidadian Monkey Frog - Yellow & Not Well

    Any updates?
  11. Thread: Mutants

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    Re: Mutants

    nope, I am just curious and want to understand mutants better.
    When did the first pop up? Can they pop up in every "line" or only in specific? Why are some mutants showing that they are mutants...
  12. Thread: Mutants

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    Re: Mutants

    Does anybody know when the first mutant was produced / popped up? Was it in 2011 or earlier?
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    Re: Mutants

    nope, I am talking about the colour variations which are called mutant:
    http://www.frogforum.net/pacman-frogs/16354-mutants.html
    http://www.frogforum.net/pacman-frogs/16823-mutants.html...
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    Re: Banana tree frogs?

    Not Hyperolius but Afrixalus.
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    Re: Any Waxy Monkey keepers?

    Most wild caught Phyllomedusa sauvagii I have seen so far have been in pretty bad condition (only once I saw a healthy looking shipment). And often they will die after a couple of weeks/month. => I...
  16. Thread: Mutants

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    Mutants

    Hi,

    I recognized that more and more photos of mutants are popping up. Seems that they are not so rare anymore!? I am curious if they are all coming from the same breeder or are there already...
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    Re: Caatinga pacman frogs have spawned

    Even this is an elder thread, I am curious how the spawning of the Ceratophrys joazeirensis worked out. Any photos?

    ...haven't seen this species for a while.
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    Re: Milky Eggs!!!

    Maybe, 25, 50 or 100 ... it depends on your capacities and the potential market for the baby frogs. ...I guess you won't keep all.
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    Re: Milky Eggs!!!

    My tip: don't make the mistake and try to raise too many.

    ..with higher temps they develop very quickly.
  20. Re: Trinidadian Monkey Frog - Yellow & Not Well

    How large are they? Don't know at which size they leave the water but from the size other Phyllomedusa species leave the water I would guess that fruit flies are too small to get them full. Also...
  21. Re: Waxy Monkey Frogs staying in food bowls...

    I have also some specimens, which seems to prefer to sleep on the ground. But as Daniel mentioned: They prefer thin horizontal branches they can sit on.
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    Re: Phyllomedusa sauvagii - sexing

    Hi,


    they are growing fast - about 5 to 6 weeks of age difference:


    http://www.spiderpix.com/allerlei/Phyllomedusa_sauvagii/Phyllomedusa%20sauvagii%20froglet%20DSC00217JPG

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    Re: Phyllomedusa sauvagii - sexing

    Hi,

    I am looking for the following article:
    de Vosjoli, P. and Mailloux, R. (1998). The Husbandry of Chacoan Monkey Frogs, Phyllomedusa sauvagii. Vivarium 10(1)44.

    …could anyone help me out...
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    Re: Phyllomedusa sauvagii - sexing

    Moin,


    some more photos:


    http://www.spiderpix.com/allerlei/Phyllomedusa_sauvagii/Phyllomedusa%20sauvagii%20froglet%20DSC00093.JPG
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    Re: Phyllomedusa sauvagii - sexing

    Hi,


    it seems that they are fast growers. The larger ones have already 29 to 30 mm SVL. But most are still much smaller.

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