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    You should submit that close up pic of the tads dropping out to something somewhere... lol. Awesome shot!
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    Would have been alright without the flash ring reflection I reckon, I'll try and get some better shots of these new ones when they're hatching in a about a week



    Here's that first spawning at 4 weeks, well developed back legs and just starting to get a bit of colour:



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    Sweet! You can see there eyes trying to become slightly red like the adults! Thanks for blessing us with this eye candy!

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    37 days from spawning and first 'arm'

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    They look so cool looking!

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    Wow what amazing pics and a wonderful post to follow.


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    Thanks guys, here at 38 days is the first to emerge:





    The process of metamorphosis despite being very familiar since childhood still gets me. When you stop to think and appreciate what's happening in the bodies of these little guys it's miraculous!
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    I'll try and make a bit more effort with the photos to do the process justice!

    The equally amazing egg development. These are just over half way from egg to free swimming tadpole.

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    So totally Excellent!! Congrats and please keep taking pics.
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    Great pictures! What camera do you use if you don't mind me asking? Can't wait to see these guys continue to develop!

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    I agree with everyone, those are some great pictures! I would also like to know what camera you use if that is okay


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    It's a Canon SX50HS. Just a bridge camera rather than anything super flashy, but I really like the lens.

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    These guys are all out of the water now and growing fast!



    There are some for sale if anyone in the UK is looking:

    http://www.frogforum.net/showthread....898#post262898


    So, on a further positive note, have a look at these guys:





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    Um... not a clue, lol!

    Awesome looking baby RETF! Glad they are doing well
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    I am fairly certain that the new eggs are of Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis, the not super tiger leg tree frog (I may or may not have searched most of the animals in your signature to find out )

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    The signature does narrow it down I guess! You are absolutely correct.
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    LOL! I didn't even try that :P Can't wait to see those babies!
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    Well the hypochondrialis tadpoles have hatched:





    And there's also some new spawn appeared this morning, but from who??





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    Wild guess, but pixie fog?

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    I can definitely see why you'd say that But believe it or not, it's these guys:

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