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Sirensis Highland Tadpole to Frog

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kroot    249

That is so cute. Well done. I'm hoping to get a male for my two girls in a couple of months.

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Andy65    69
20 hours ago, Nick said:

Andy you planning to get anything else soon

Yes, some more Sirensis Highland :)

I'm making more Vivs at the moment and planning on buying two more females.

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Ben    18

Awesome pics,

How old are your adults?

Mine seem to be loosing the vibrant yellow and looking a slightly washed out.

what do you feed ? supplements ? What lighting ?  

Cheers,

Ben.

 

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kroot    249

Are they adults that are loosing the colour? My two girls have never bred, but are still as yellow as ever. Maybe it's the breeding stress? Also still keen to sort a few from you to add to the girls if your still with babies?

Cheers.

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Andy65    69
On 11/05/2017 at 08:39, Ben said:

Awesome pics,

How old are your adults?

Mine seem to be loosing the vibrant yellow and looking a slightly washed out.

what do you feed ? supplements ? What lighting ?  

Cheers,

Ben.

 

Thanks Ben,

The one in the picture is a young Male, he's about 18 months old.

I do have a older Female from Germany, but I'm not too sure how old she is, and her legs are a very light blue.

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You can see the difference in this picture.

Sirensis Highland.
Group, 1 Male and 3 Females.

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Just the one supplement, Repashy calcium plus.

Food - fruit files, springtails and dwarf tropical woodlice.Dwarf tropical woodlicearf tropical woodlice

The light is a Jungle Dawn Led, plus the viv does get some natural light in from the window.

Hope this helps Ben.

 

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kroot    249

Mine are a little nervy, but still happy to be seen. Took a year though for them to settle and feel comfy I think.

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Andy65    69
On 12/05/2017 at 18:28, PeteC86 said:

How bold are these guys (in terms of thumbnails)? 

Hi Pete,

Mine are bold, but I can't really compare them to any other thumbnails, has these are the only ones I've kept.

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PeteC86    4
15 hours ago, Andy65 said:

Hi Pete,

Mine are bold, but I can't really compare them to any other thumbnails, has these are the only ones I've kept.

Thanks, Andy! 

I'd really like to keep these in the future, as they are really visually stunning! Nice to have frogs that can actually be observed, too. 

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Andy65    69

That's okay Pete,

You wouldn't be disappointed with these stunning little Frogs.

Mine are in a 3ft long x 2ft wide x 4ft high viv, with plenty of hiding places, but I still get to see them all everyday.

 

 

 

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kroot    249

I can only agree, once mine were settled. I only have 2 in a very well planted 80x45x45 and I see them all the time.

Andy, that is one massive viv!

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Andy65    69

Thank you Kroot,

I took this picture of the viv in September year and it has grow in nicely, I will have to do a update soon.

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