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Tony C

Wayward Frogger
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Apologies for the mediocre pics, but I just picked these guys up and didn't want to stress them with an extended photo shoot.

Dendrobates tinctorius 'Powder Blue'





Dendrobates tinctorius 'Cobalt'






And a bonus pic! They are a bit young to breed yet, but they're trying, these two have been in amplexus for a little over a day.

Agalychnis annae



And one of the girls, just for kicks.

 

RampantReptiles

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this is going to sound naive but you can keep crotons in with your frogs? They are poisonous... well maybe only if you eat them I guess.

AWESOME frogs! and excellent plants as well :)
 

Tony C

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Crotons are fine, the only plants that normally pose a problem are ones like Dieffenbachia that have a noxious sap. Frogs don't eat the plants, so skin irritants are the only real issue.
 

Tony C

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Here are some more, picked these three up yesterday.

Dendrobates tinctorius 'Cobalt' male to pair up with the female.



Dendrobates auratus 'Taboga Island' juvies

 

spykerherps

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Congrats Tony. I love dart frogs. I don't know if Iwill ever breed them but I know i will always keep a small group around I like setting up their viv. I guess if they are happy and thriving they wil lbreed on their own.

May I ask where you picked them up. always looking for a good herp store in "the area" 1-2 hour drive
 

Tony C

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Congrats Tony. I love dart frogs. I don't know if Iwill ever breed them but I know i will always keep a small group around I like setting up their viv. I guess if they are happy and thriving they wil lbreed on their own.

May I ask where you picked them up. always looking for a good herp store in "the area" 1-2 hour drive

The cobalt was bred by Kevin and Rita of Exotic Darts.

The auratus came from The Tropical Hut in Portland.
 
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