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    Default Article: Captive Care of the Phantasmal Dart Frog (Epipedobates tricolor & Epipedobates anthonyi)

    0.0.2 Ceratophrys cranwelli
    0.0.3 Dendrobates azureus
    0.0.4 Dendrobates tinctorius "Alanis" (tads)
    3.3.0 Epipedobates anthonyi (+tads!)
    0.0.1 Lepidobatrachus laevis
    0.0.4 Pyllobates terribilis
    0.0.3 Ranitomeya imitator "Chazuta"
    0.0.3 Ranitomeya vanzolini
    0.0.6 Xenopus laevis

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    Default Re: Article: Captive Care of the Phantasmal Dart Frog (Epipedobates tricolor & Epipedobates anthonyi)

    Very informative and thorough.

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    THis is great!!! I am purchasing these frogs on MAY 1st 2013 and i will use this guide and no others... THANK YOU!!

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    Fantastic guide, in fact it was the sheer quality of the information contained within this one care sheet that helped me decide to keep this species (Epipedobates Anthonyi).

    One thing though, it says "Males have a very loud, melodic call" it really should say "Males have a VERY loud, melodic call"

    Thank you so much for this.

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    my Epipedobates tricolor wont breed i've had them a good few months now, they are calling loudly every day i believe there is 2:1 ratio (males:females). there are a few heigh spots and a bromeliad with a coconut hide at the back is there any thing i am missing


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    Quote Originally Posted by j12345 View Post
    my Epipedobates tricolor wont breed i've had them a good few months now, they are calling loudly every day i believe there is 2:1 ratio (males:females). there are a few heigh spots and a bromeliad with a coconut hide at the back is there any thing i am missing
    This may sound stupid, but is there any water for the eggs to be placed in?

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