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jack269, May 25, 2016 in Oophaga
Very nice pic!
I have bought a trio of P.colon too, I will get them this w/e :-) stunning frogs, and great photo
I've had these about a month now started of shy but now there always out. Stunning colour! I'm told though some have yellow legs some don't any one no why?
I remember reading about this in a forum, Bocas del Toro, Colon Island, is one of the biggest. Probably just a diifferent color variation of the same morph? I'll see if I can find the article
It's only the legs that seem different.
They look a good size. There are sub populations of O.pumilio 'colon' (not sure that's the correct term). They can vary quite abit.
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Nice shots Jack,I remember reading a while back that the yellow legs were more typical of "Bocas del Drago", while the more greyish legs were "Isla Colon". I have a pair, which look similar in colouration to yours.
I do have one with greyish legs but the other 3 have this coloured legs, I'll see if I can get a picture of the one with grey legs
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