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Melissa Cabrera
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# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 06:24







all these CB courtesey of Mike Novy.
Never has DOAs or problems with a shipment.
These Frogs are anod others like are available, so give him a call if you like. heres some of the tanks they are going to be going in when they are older.






2 German and Australian Shepard mixes, 12 Chickens, 2 WTF, 1 GTF, 1 Giant White Lip, 1 Sulcata tortoise, 1 Koi, and 2 Killies
ILoveGreen
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# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 15:32


What is in the first pic? They almost look like my Blue Gliding frog. then again they almost look like 2 different types of frog.

The setups look nice!
What are the frogs in now? Seperate right


Lisa http://www.reptilegeeks.com/ILoveGreen
1.1 Blue Morph Bullfrogs
0.0.2 Mossy Frogs
1.1 Bearded Dragons +
2.6 Leopard Geckos
0.1 Corn Snakes
1 Rat Terrior/Chihuahua dog
+ 1 toddler girl!:)
theboardedwindow
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# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 19:34 · Edited by: theboardedwindow


the vertical setup is absolutely stunning.... what's it made of? the shell, that is...

the first ones almost look like Agalychnis moreletii...


1.1.0 Litoria caerulea
4.2.0 Ingerophrynus parvus
3.3.0 Afrixalus fornasini
5.1.0 Rhacophorus appendiculatus
0.0.3 Hyla versicolor / Hyla chrysoscelis
3.3.0 Bufo quercicus
0.0.4 Pseudacris regilla
Derek Benson
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# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 19:56


first pic is tomopterna, then albino red eyes, and then maybe some hyperolius?


Derek Benson - Phyllomedusa/Hyperolius Enthusiast
theboardedwindow
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# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:05 · Edited by: theboardedwindow


ic... good eye.

maybe Centrolenidae on the undecided? it's hard to see.


1.1.0 Litoria caerulea
4.2.0 Ingerophrynus parvus
3.3.0 Afrixalus fornasini
5.1.0 Rhacophorus appendiculatus
0.0.3 Hyla versicolor / Hyla chrysoscelis
3.3.0 Bufo quercicus
0.0.4 Pseudacris regilla
theboardedwindow
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892 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:07


off topic: Derek would u take a look at my "Osteopilus thread?"


1.1.0 Litoria caerulea
4.2.0 Ingerophrynus parvus
3.3.0 Afrixalus fornasini
5.1.0 Rhacophorus appendiculatus
0.0.3 Hyla versicolor / Hyla chrysoscelis
3.3.0 Bufo quercicus
0.0.4 Pseudacris regilla
Rick Cabrera
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155 posts
155 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:19


They are Geographica, albinos, tomopternas and hypochondrialis which i dont think are pictured. I also gort some Marmoratas and clown tads.
And yes all in different tanks.
The background is made up of foam and eco earth.
I do have some agalychnis moreleti that will be going into the the biggest tank as soon as it is finished though.


2 Red eyes, 1 albino red eye, 3 Bumble bee Dart frogs, 2 Green and Black Auratus
ILoveGreen
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# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:21


Where did you get Clown tads?


Lisa http://www.reptilegeeks.com/ILoveGreen
1.1 Blue Morph Bullfrogs
0.0.2 Mossy Frogs
1.1 Bearded Dragons +
2.6 Leopard Geckos
0.1 Corn Snakes
1 Rat Terrior/Chihuahua dog
+ 1 toddler girl!:)
HylaCinerea
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274 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:25


That's one sweet setup.

Rick Cabrera
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155 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:27


Mike Novy


2 Red eyes, 1 albino red eye, 3 Bumble bee Dart frogs, 2 Green and Black Auratus
theboardedwindow
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892 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:39


when your signature says 4 marbled TFs, are you talking Hyla marmoratus? (formerly Dendropsophus marmoratus).... if so,.... that's so awesome! i don't imagine they're very common in the hobby, though, huh? is there any literature on breeding them successfully in captivity? have you tried to breed, or successfully bred yours?


1.1.0 Litoria caerulea
4.2.0 Ingerophrynus parvus
3.3.0 Afrixalus fornasini
5.1.0 Rhacophorus appendiculatus
0.0.3 Hyla versicolor / Hyla chrysoscelis
3.3.0 Bufo quercicus
0.0.4 Pseudacris regilla
jeanette
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452 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:40


beautiful setup and beautiful frogs


jen

Oh My.......... she didnt , did she?
Rick Cabrera
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155 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 20:48


Mine are still not mature enough to breed. But i will be trying to. You can get hyla marmoratas readily from Mike novy. This is the second batch i got in from him And i still have not been able to login without having to post so my frogs have changed.

I currently have 2 lept. vermi. 2 lept. flavo, 3 lept. uluger., 2 lept. bocagi 6 tomopterna, 5 hypochondrialis, 5 albino red eye, 7 red eye, one black eye, 3 clowns, 20 clown tads, 3 geographica, 1 rubberband frog(dont know the scientific term)

The whites and white lipped and other asian frogs i had there are now my sisters. Ive narrowed my collection down to just african and south american species. Sorry Hyla cineara, i know your a fan, but i have no room for North american species.


2 Red eyes, 1 albino red eye, 3 Bumble bee Dart frogs, 2 Green and Black Auratus
theboardedwindow
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892 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 21:23


that's still HIGHLY impressive... i've always wanted a H. geographica too.... i like the little tabs of skin on the heels... a lot of people i've talked to think that the common name "Map TF" comes from the mottling on the dorsal surface.... from what i understand, it's because of the gold reticulations on the eyelid whilst sleeping... i've never seen one in real life, though... i've read they "play dead," or rather undergo thanatosis when startled by a predator.... ever had your geographica fall off it's limb and play dead before, lol? that would scare me to death, i think, lol....

if you're talking about the "red banded rubber frog," it's: Phrynomantis bifasciatus...


1.1.0 Litoria caerulea
4.2.0 Ingerophrynus parvus
3.3.0 Afrixalus fornasini
5.1.0 Rhacophorus appendiculatus
0.0.3 Hyla versicolor / Hyla chrysoscelis
3.3.0 Bufo quercicus
0.0.4 Pseudacris regilla
Rick Cabrera
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155 posts
155 posts

# Posted: 6 Jun 2008 21:51


Ive only had them for 2 days so i havent seen them do that yet. They are just under a month i believe out of the water.

Mike Novy doesnt charge an arm and a leg for them either. Geographicas are 25-30$ and marmoratas are 25 dollars i believe. Shipping is also cheap, anywhere from 25-35$. You should give him a call and get some.


2 Red eyes, 1 albino red eye, 3 Bumble bee Dart frogs, 2 Green and Black Auratus
theboardedwindow
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892 posts

# Posted: 7 Jun 2008 01:49 · Edited by: theboardedwindow


i think i may just do that! i have some P. sauvagei froglets that will be here in a week or two as well...from spawns this year... right out of the water.... going to house three or four, i believe. that should be a lot of fun, too! i can't wait!

edit:
i emailed him, thanks!


1.1.0 Litoria caerulea
4.2.0 Ingerophrynus parvus
3.3.0 Afrixalus fornasini
5.1.0 Rhacophorus appendiculatus
0.0.3 Hyla versicolor / Hyla chrysoscelis
3.3.0 Bufo quercicus
0.0.4 Pseudacris regilla
Rick Cabrera
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155 posts
155 posts

# Posted: 7 Jun 2008 05:58


Dont Email. Call. Trust me. He'll never see that email. His phone number is n his website at www.rainforestjunkys.com


2 Red eyes, 1 albino red eye, 3 Bumble bee Dart frogs, 2 Green and Black Auratus
lulumeo
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462 posts
462 posts

# Posted: 7 Jun 2008 06:26


wow great cages. im in love with your creativity.

Azureus1
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133 posts

# Posted: 9 Jun 2008 01:55


Those are awesome! Thanks for sharing! Mike Novy has some nice frogs!
Awesome set up too! I'm sure the frogs are going to love them!


1.1.0 Azureus
The universe tends to unfold as it should
kerokero
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619 posts

# Posted: 9 Jun 2008 18:25


Cool frogs, they should enjoy the set ups...

Comments on some of the other info... Centrolenids aren't in the US hobby pretty much... all the "glass frogs" running around in the hobby are not true glass frogs, just frogs that happen to have clear bellies (hatchet-faced frogs from Suriname, a reed frog from Tanzania, a Boophis from Madagascar...).

theboardedwindow - got your taxonomy backwares... Hyla was broken up so the correct name went from Hyla to Dendropsophus (which is the correct name). Hyla geographica is no longer valid, and they have been changed to Hypsiboas geographicus.

The tabs of skin on the heels are called calcars... very cool


Corey of the Little Brown Frogs
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