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Some of you may know my main love is Dartfrogs and some of which ive been lucky enough to breed over the past year or so, so here are a few pics, hope you enjoy:

R.lamasi 'highland' transporting tadpoles




D.azureus transporting a tadpole


D.azureus froglets



R.imitator 'jeberos' transporting a tadpole


R.imitator 'jeberos' froglet


D.auratus 'Turquoise & bronze' transporting tadpoles


D.auratus 'Turquoise & bronze' froglets



O.pumilio 'nancy' transporting tadpole


O.pumilio 'nancy' froglet emerging from a Bromeliad


O.pumilio 'escudo' transporting a tadpole


O.pumilio 'escudo' froglet
 

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O.pumilio 'cauchero' carrying a tadpole


O.pumilio 'cauchero' froglets


O.vicentei froglets emerging from a bromeliad


O.vicentei froglet


R.fantastica tadpole


R.fantastica froglets



A.castaneoticus froglet


O.granulifera laying eggs


O.granulifera eggs developing
 

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Wow you have a amazing collection :mf_dribble:

R.lamasi 'highland' is absolutely stunning.
 

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Thanks for your kind comments guys & gals


are they quite easy to keep? What size tank do you need?
They are quite easy provided you can provide them with the right environment, temps and humidity. One of the more difficult aspects is sorting out live food for them, most of it which youll need to culture yourself.

Tanks size will vary depending on what species you keep, but i would say minimum size for a pair of Leucomelas (yellow & black) would be a 50x 40x40cm.
 

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They are so beautiful :flrt:

Trying to convince my OH to let me have some amphibians...so far no luck aha.
 
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