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    Kurt
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    Hello,
    My name is Kurt and I am love frogs. I have a decent sized collection that includes the following.
    3 Bombina orientalis, fire-bellied toad (1 Russian, 2 Korean)
    1 Bufo alvarius, Colorado River toad1 Bufo debilis, American green toad
    2 Dendrobates azureus, blue poison dart frog
    1 Dendrobates tinctorius, dyeing poison dart frog "cobalt"
    2 Dendropsophus leucophyllatus, clown treefrog
    1 Hyla cinerea, green treefrog
    2 Litoria caerulea, White's treefrog
    4 Agalychnis callidryas, red-eyed leaf frog
    1 Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis, tiger-legged monkey frog
    1 Leptopelis sp., big-eyed treefrog
    3 Dyscophus guineti, false tomato frog
    1 Phrynomantis bifasciatus, red-banded rubber frog
    Some of my frogs have appeared in Steve Grenard's "Frogs and Toads - Your Happy Healthy Pet" 2nd edition. I have been keeping frogs for over 10 years now. I am a member of the New England Herpetological Society and live in Massachusetts.


    Kurt

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    Thats a nice collection you have there.

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    Kurt
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    Thank you. That's just the frogs. Here's the rest.
    1 Hadrurus arizonensis, desert hairy scorpion
    1 Hadogenes troglodytes, flat-rock scorpion
    1 Heterometrus spinifer, Asian forest scorpion
    1 Pandinus cf. militaris
    1 Scorpio maurus palmatus, Israeli gold scorpion
    2 Erpetoichthys calabaricus, rope fish
    1 Xenomystus nigri, African knifefish
    1 Yasuhikotakia modesta, red-finned loach
    3 Devario aequipinnatus, giant danio
    2 Puntius tetrazona, tiger barb
    1 Ambystoma tigrinum mavortium, barred tiger salamander
    1 Ambystoma tigrinum melanostictum, blotched tiger salamander
    2 Tylototriton shanjing, emperor newt
    1 Terrepene carolina bauri, Florida box turtle
    1 Apalone ferox, Florida soft-shelled turtle
    1 Riopa fernandi, fire skink
    1 Charina trivirgata roseofusca, coastal rosy boa
    1 Antaresia maculosa, spotted python
    1 Xenopeltis unicolor, sunbeam snake
    1 Coelognathus helena, trinket snake
    1 Lampropeltis calligaster, prairie kingsnake
    2 Lampropeltis getula californiae, California kingsnake (striped, aberrant)
    1 Lampropeltis getula nigrita, Mexican black kingsnake
    1 Lampropeltis triangulum nelsoni, Nelson's milk snake (albino)
    2 Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum, eastern milk snake
    4 Pantherophis guttatus guttatus, corn snake (amelanistic, snow, candy cane, & Okeetee)


    Kurt

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    Jake
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    Nice species list. Welcome to the forum!

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    Kurt
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    Thanks

    Kurt

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    Wow, that's a whole zoo . Welcome to the forum. Do you have favorite species?

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    Kurt
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    My favorites are Agalychnis callidryas, Dendrobates azureus, & Dendropsophus leucophyllatus. But I do love most frogs, especially Bufonids, Hylids, & Dendrobatidids. My fantasy frogs are Bufo exsul and Agalychnis annae. Sadly, I seriously doubt I will ever have any.

    Kurt

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    jody
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    hi, .

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    Kurt
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    Hi right back at you.

    Kurt

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    I love Agalychnis annae, although I think moreletii is my favorite. Unfortunately you are probably right, they will rarely be seen in the hobby anymore.

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    Kurt
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylototriton View Post
    I love Agalychnis annae, although I think moreletii is my favorite. Unfortunately you are probably right, they will rarely be seen in the hobby anymore.
    Yeah.

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