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    How is everyone? lol just here to post and learn more about frogs..I'm not sure if I want a pacman or pixie lol

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    I'm doing pretty good. Welcome to the forum!! We have a lot of pacman and pixie keepers here that can give some great advice. I personally don't keep either of these, but I've found the Ornate Horned or Pacman frog (Ceratophrys ornata) to be a very beautiful and interesting species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjtreefrog View Post
    I'm doing pretty good. Welcome to the forum!! We have a lot of pacman and pixie keepers here that can give some great advice. I personally don't keep either of these, but I've found the Ornate Horned or Pacman frog (Ceratophrys ornata) to be a very beautiful and interesting species.
    Thomas, may I say, you have great etiquette.

    And noob (I love that term), welcome to the forum! You'll find great tips and advice here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjtreefrog View Post
    I'm doing pretty good. Welcome to the forum!! We have a lot of pacman and pixie keepers here that can give some great advice. I personally don't keep either of these, but I've found the Ornate Horned or Pacman frog (Ceratophrys ornata) to be a very beautiful and interesting species.
    does the ornate get big?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clownonfire View Post
    thomas, may i say, you have great etiquette.

    And noob (i love that term), welcome to the forum! You'll find great tips and advice here.
    lol thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dabrute View Post
    does the ornate get big?
    From what I've seen they are a fairly large pacman species, but big by pacman standards is nothing compared to the behemoth proportions that pixies can get, not that I don't like pixies. What I find really neat about Ornates is the bright reds and greens they can have, definitely a nice display animal! But if you are looking for a truly huge species, I would look into Pyxicelphalus adspersus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjtreefrog View Post
    From what I've seen they are a fairly large pacman species, but big by pacman standards is nothing compared to the behemoth proportions that pixies can get, not that I don't like pixies. What I find really neat about Ornates is the bright reds and greens they can have, definitely a nice display animal! But if you are looking for a truly huge species, I would look into Pyxicelphalus adspersus.
    I'm a noob. lol what is that?

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    Lol, sorry, Pyxicephalus adspersus is the true Giant Pixie. You will also see Pyxicephalus edulis which is the Dwarf Pixie. P. edulis is still a large frog, but not nearly as large as P. adspersus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjtreefrog View Post
    Lol, sorry, Pyxicephalus adspersus is the true Giant Pixie. You will also see Pyxicephalus edulis which is the Dwarf Pixie. P. edulis is still a large frog, but not nearly as large as P. adspersus.
    awesome lol what do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dabrute View Post
    awesome lol what do you have?
    At the moment I have Waxy Monkey frogs (Phyllonedusa sauvagii), large tree frogs from South America. They are pretty hardy and they like hot, arid conditions.

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    welcome

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