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  2. Costa Rican blue jeans.

    Yep. Have a few here in S.London.
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  4. Costa Rican blue jeans.

    Hi is any one still working with Costa Rican blue jeans. An old import that came in from Germany quite a few years ago.
  5. Thrifty duo viv

    Dp cheers. Depending on sexes behaviour etc it is entirely possible he/she will be available and possibly coming to a viv near you.....
  6. Thrifty duo viv

    Yeah they are getting there I was thinking the boldness had been exaggerated but while I was cutting back plants a couple really couldn’t be bothered to move. I tell you what thy don’t like. Springtails. there are more in that viv than in some of my cultures. So once again against froggy rules I’ve added a few thumbs to clean up the clean up crew they are half grown (southern variabilis) the bi color are half grown neither of them could give s damn about the other. They will occupy walls branches broms the bi color oblivious to them on the floor. I added two yesterday (one still to morph/grow on) one hopped straight past biggest bi c he never moved then they’ve settled up top. Same as my leucs santa and French Guyana and now triv viv.none of them care leucs. Pums on their own tincs on their own.
  7. Thrifty duo viv

    nice looking chap or chapess but would look better in my vivarium sorry but it would
  8. Thrifty duo viv

    Yeah they are getting there I was thinking the boldness had been exaggerated but while I was cutting back plants a couple really couldn’t be bothered to move. I tell you what thy don’t like. Springtails. there are more in that viv than in some of my cultures. So once again against froggy rules I’ve added a few thumbs to clean up the clean up crew they are half grown (southern variabilis) the bi color are half grown neither of them could give s damn about the other. They will occupy walls branches broms the bi color oblivious to them on the floor. I added two yesterday (one still to morph/grow on) one hopped straight past biggest bi c he never moved then they’ve settled up top. Same as my leucs santa and French Guyana and now triv viv.none of them care leucs. Pums on their own tincs on their own. As I’m making my own viv May do another decent sized vertically oriented viv and combine maybe auratus and vanzo group????
  9. Thrifty duo viv

    They must just be sitting and waiting for the flies to walk into their mouths lol (mine do this when there are lots of flies), when they reach maturity they'll have a vicious feeding response mate, been feeding mine moths this week and they are like piranhas!
  10. Thrifty duo viv

    Cheers he doesn’t look that skinny in the flesh. I see flashes of the other 3 but they all look well fed. I cut back loads of foliage in the bi color viv yesterday exposing the 900 flys that must be keeping them in the shadows I could immediately see more of them sitting on top of coconuts as they do. Once they’ve hoovered these I’ll feed more carefully. Like to see them react to feedings like the azureus
  11. Thrifty duo viv

    Stunning frog mate.
  12. Thrifty duo viv

    the nearest gas station around me best I could get
  13. Thrifty duo viv

    I’ll try. Tbh a fungwent through it like wildfire and took alit if the foliage from climbers. It’s recoveriynow but the frogs are a bit elusive. I’ll get a shot if I can
  14. Thrifty duo viv

    got any up dated photo would like to see it now with the frogs in it
  15. Thrifty duo viv

    Been stocked with 4 pumilio colon one older thought to be female one older thought to be male and two younger for luck range from many tiny round spots poss male lighter blotches poss female big symmetrical lady bird style so should identify individually. Proving to be bit elusive. The likely male seems to be the one I see more and in same place.after a misting I think I just heard his first little crack at calling. Now need to watch for trouble. Not sure if I want to try the group split a pair off? May sell off when sort a pair.
  16. More celebrating mediocrity!

    you know when your mates that good looking he just doesn’t try. Bog standard dart frog bit of wood bit of green Lovely
  17. More celebrating mediocrity!

    Down to one tad but first clutch so fine. Colin and Deidres first effort. My sexier bigger pair were the ones I expected to perform. Anyway I’ve just directly sprayed Alan and Brenda directly with cool ro and he’s started calling the mucky fat so and so is following him like a puppy
  18. Tiny new frog

    Amazing, thanks for sharing mate.
  19. Tiny new frog

    https://www.nationalgeographic.com/content/dam/animals/2019/03/tiny-new-frog-species/02-tiny-frog-species-arakotoarison_mini-mum_picture3.adapt.676.1.jpg
  20. need help with bromeliads

    thanks that would be grate if you can find out the names of the plants
  21. Cork trunk build

    many thanks for that
  22. Cork trunk build

    Most of the bromeliads are miniature neoregelias e.ge Neo 'red waif', the largest species are neo 'fireball'
  23. need help with bromeliads

    I managed to pick some great small ones at the insect show at kempton park last year, not sure on names of them. Will have to see if I can put names to faces and get back to you. Can't remember who the guy was, but he was a frog keeper , good selection of food and plants.
  24. Phyllobates terribilis Mint

    Well a year later one of mine has finally started calling!
  25. Cork trunk build

    that is how I would like mine to look with all those brom put I always pick the wrong brom and they grow to big and take over the vivarium to much
  26. Cork trunk build

    So I was taking photos of my frogs today, and noticed something odd in the photo : IMG_20190331_122429 by DEAF N1NJA, on Flickr IMG_20190331_122753 by DEAF N1NJA, on Flickr
  27. hi all I need a bit of help with bromeliads in my dart frog vivarium the ones I pick all turn out to grow to big so what is a nice one that don't grow to big any help would be great thanks
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