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    Current Collection
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    Dendrobates auratus “Costa Rican Green Black"
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    Dendrobates tinctorius “New River”
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    Dendrobates tinctorius “Powder Blue"
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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    Guess we all missed this one; thanks for the links and info Lynn !
    Remember to take care of the enclosure and it will take care of your frog !​

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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    That is a really great article. I always have a hospital tank ready to go, but this gives me other ideas on what I need on hand instead if having to order things when time is of the essence. I never thought about learning to examine their feces myself either. I bought my daughter a high powered microscope for her birthday this year so I do have one available. We have been able to clearly see the nucleus in our cells, so it is quality enough to work for something like this. She would probably love helping me play frog Dr with her microscope if the need arose.

    I have a vet in the area that will care for herps, but when I took Atlas there, I was very unimpressed. They took a look at him, picked him up, and told me he wasn't going to make it. They didn't give me any suggestions at all, not for treatment or euthanasia. Luckily, he survived. It will be good to start doing more research and learning some if this on my own.
    2.0.3 Hyla versicolor "Eastern Gray Tree Frogs"
    2.2.0 Agalychnis callidryas "Red Eyed Tree Frogs"

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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    Glad you enjoyed the article. I put a post up about my site and other quality articles we are writing or referring people over too.
    Quote Originally Posted by jjuchems View Post
    Over the last 1-1.5 months I have added a new page to our main website called The Learning Center. This page is dedicated to tutorials, articles, and other items to help amphibian enthusiast in growing their knowledge base. We are trying to update it biweekly with this weeks update covering natural dechlorination methods.

    Come over and check it out: Poisonfrogs.net: The Learning Center
    Happy Frogging,
    Jason
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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    Quote Originally Posted by jjuchems View Post
    Glad you enjoyed the article. I put a post up about my site and other quality articles we are writing or referring people over too.
    Jason,

    [B]Thanks so much for this reply ! Thanks for the terrific information!
    I don't recall how I bumped into it. But definitely a worthy share.

    Best Lynn
    Current Collection
    Dendrobates leucomelas - standard morph
    Dendrobates auratus “Costa Rican Green Black"
    Dendrobates auratus "Pena Blanca"
    Dendrobates tinctorius “New River”
    Dendrobates tinctorius "Green Sipaliwini"
    Dendrobates tinctorius “Powder Blue"
    Dendrobates tinctorius "French Guiana Dwarf Cobalt"

    Phyllobates terribilis “Mint”
    Phyllobates terribilis "Orange"
    Phyllobates bicolor "Uraba"

    Oophaga pumilio "Black Jeans"
    Oophaga pumilio "Isla Popa"
    Oophaga pumilio "Bastimentos"
    Oophaga pumilio “Mimbitimbi”
    Oophaga pumilio "Rio Colubre"
    Oophaga pumilio "Red Frog Beach”
    Oophaga pumilio "Rio Branco"
    Oophaga pumilio “Valle del Rey”
    Oophaga pumilio "BriBri"
    Oophaga pumilio "El Dorado"
    Oophaga pumilio "Cristobal"
    Oophaga pumilio "Rambala"

    Oophaga “Vicentei” (blue)

    Oophaga sylvatica "Paru"
    Oophaga sylvatica "Pata Blanca"
    Oophaga histrionica “Redhead”
    Oophaga histrionica "Blue"
    Oophaga lehmanni "Red"
    Oophaga histrionica "Tado"

    Ranitomeya variabilis "Southern"
    Ranitomeya imitator "Varadero"
    Ranitomeya sirensis "Lower Ucayali"
    Ranitomeya vanzolinii

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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    Quote Originally Posted by flybyferns View Post
    Hello. I'm not sure I'm in the right forum but I have a question. I have recently purchased a pacman frog about a month and a half ago. I finally got him settled down and eating but now I have noticed he seems to be turn more yellowish underneath. His diet consists of crickets, superworms, nightcrawlers and I have fed him one pinkie since purchased. He also gets the vitamin d3 dusting on his meal every other feeding. What can be the cause of this color turning?

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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    Do you have pictures? It could just be an ornate Pacman.
    Happy Frogging,
    Jason
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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    Quote Originally Posted by jjuchems View Post
    Do you have pictures? It could just be an ornate Pacman.
    Here you go. Let me know if you get the attachment.
    Attached Images Attached Images  

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    Default Re: "Amphibian Emergency Care and Supplies " by Jason Juchems

    Looks to be ornate, nothing to worry about.
    Happy Frogging,
    Jason
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