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I certainly can!

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Leptopelis vermiculatus

Eublepharis macularius

Boophis rappiodes

Phyllomedusa tomopterna

Dendrobates leucomelas

Litoria caeurelea

Dendrobates tinctorious "Azureus"

And Dendrobates leucomelas again at the bottom.
 

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Amazing stuff and LOVED the terrariums. I just looked up the Boophis rappiodes
as thought they were reed frogs but see they are not.

Never saw them before, are they delicate?
 

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Amazing stuff and LOVED the terrariums. I just looked up the Boophis rappiodes
as thought they were reed frogs but see they are not.

Never saw them before, are they delicate?
These were WC so yes, lost them after 2 years. Although I can't be sure of their age when I got them.
 

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Wow!
Pretty Awesome Frogs you have there.
Nice set ups too.

You don't keep these frogs anymore?
Afraid not, lost my job due to ill health and had to sell them all. Money situation is a little better now, would love to get some more dart frogs again!
 

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These were WC so yes, lost them after 2 years. Although I can't be sure of their age when I got them.

Thank you. I think Europe has a larger selection of amphibians as far as imports compared to USA.

I often see frogs,toads from keepers there which I have never seen in USA and I do not live to far from a reptile importer and go there now and than for crickets, etc.
 
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