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Mercedesherp
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# Posted: 22 Nov 2010 23:36





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Mercedesherp
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# Posted: 22 Nov 2010 23:45


Mabey, another day.


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ravencelt
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# Posted: 22 Nov 2010 23:46


Fixed it for ya.


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Josh
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# Posted: 22 Nov 2010 23:52


Are you selling or just showing them off? I have 3 a definitely want some more to ensure males and females.


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bschwinn
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 00:24


Nice frogs! are those Cornuta? You breed them? Bill

Jmeyer
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 00:24


how much?


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Mercedesherp
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 15:05


Thank you Ravencelt !
These are early '10 frogs, none avialable.
Bill, yes to both
I have to figure out why I have trouble posting pics. I have a few more.


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Jmeyer
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 16:38


Those are sooo awesome!! How difficult are they to breed?


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bschwinn
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 18:02


Those are very nice specimens! My favorite of the Ceratophrys. I would love to know how you accomplished the breeding, I would assume hormone free. Bill

Mercedesherp
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 20:21


Jmeyer, I dont think they are too difficult. I have had lots of bad experiences with these, mostly getting them to survive. With nearly 10 years working with them, ( biggest problem getting them to survive ), and the relative few avialable as captive cbb, I invested when they were avialable. Some of my best animals originated from a veteranarian who bred them. I am bringing my adults out of a " soft brumation " right now.
This is the earliest ever, but it was forced by circumstances. I think it still fits within the window for successful reproduction. I will try to photodocument as things progress.

Bill, I never use hormones. I'm not in the industry supply/demand business. Eventually, and I suppose with some pics to supplement it,
my rain chamber article will be online. ( seem's it can be quite confusing,
or a run on sentance abstract kind of thing some times as I try to convey my point??)

Like anything else in life, its your dedication, and/ or refusal to be beat.
( bad sport, me )


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Jmeyer
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 20:44


Well they are very cool!! I think i am going to do some more research into these frogs


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bschwinn
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 21:06


Congrats Hank on your sucess, that is one I tried( Ornata, and Cranwells) and I could'nt get

Mercedesherp
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2010 21:58


Bill,
I have produced these for at least 5/6 out of the last 10 years. Some years too many, others, not enough.
I have never tried ornata, but have had success with cranwelli.
You, and other's CAN get. There are no secrets, only a developmental understanding.
Shoot me your email, you tell me what you think.


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jesse kooiman
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# Posted: 24 Nov 2010 01:35 · Edited by: jesse kooiman


Awesome that you don't use hormones...I've not seen a hell of a lot of CB cornuta, I would think you are one of the few. I'm not really into a lot of "fatfrogs". Cornuta are incredible though.

A few weeks ago I was quite serious about getting stolzmanni from Understory. Still thinking about it (if any are left), such a cool miniature! Has Chacophrys peirotti ever been available? JVK

PS Extremely healthy looking froglets there, congrats!


jesse?
bschwinn
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# Posted: 24 Nov 2010 02:04


Hey Hank, billschwinn@gmail.com

Mercedesherp
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# Posted: 24 Nov 2010 21:35


Bill, its on the way. Get back to me.


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Josh
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# Posted: 27 Nov 2010 04:10


For the rest of the people asking about these frogs there's some LTCs on kingsnake

http://market.kingsnake.com/detail.php?cat=14&de=8 19691


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