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hopgins
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 03:37


cc..In Taiwan, the weather is very humid.esp in south Taiwan.Sometimes The cricket easy to die.and you will worry about the deal of Needles crickets.Even you worry about the sounds of male crickets that will disturb your neighbors.So I chang my way.

hopgins
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 03:39 · Edited by: hopgins


I am so sorry. I had known how to Quote the words,but I can't delete the post

hopgins
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 05:28


Those are actually australian red eye tree frogs and very rare in captivity. Do a forum search, someone else had some not long ago
I have no idea about the different of gene.Maybe I need to understand lately.

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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 17:09 · Edited by: KittenClaw22


Litoria chloris, also commonly known as the Red-eyed Tree Frog, is a species of tree frog native to eastern Australia; ranging from north of Sydney to Proserpine in mid-northern Queensland.

http://www.frogsaustralia.net.au/frogs/display.cfm ?frog_id=140

Agalychnis callidryas also has a common name of red eye tree frog but is native to South America and southern Mexico.

http://www.livingunderworld.org/anura/database/hyl idae/agalychnis/callidryas/

They are completely different species from different parts of the planet but have the same common name.

They look completely different and have different habitat requirements. However, if yours are breeding you are obviously doing things correctly.


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ravencelt
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 18:52


Are the aussie ones commonly that color?


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froggy 60
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 21:32


they are sooooooooooo cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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KittenClaw22
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 21:58 · Edited by: KittenClaw22


Are the aussie ones commonly that color?

No, I think they must have a genetic mutation. As far as I know they are usually either white or green when juvenile, but go to green later in life.

These may go to the darker green later in life, but I think those purplish and blue ones are some sort of morph.

Either way they are great little frogs and very rare. They are not commonly exported from Australia so those captive bred frogs are probably very, very valuable even if they aren't a genetic morph.


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Don1
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 22:17


Hi,
they are Agalychnis callidryas as the pupils are vertical and not horizontal like Litoria chloris,
iv never seen them that blue after morphing though,
but the eyes should colour up with age.
Have you got a pic of the parents as that would help to possitivly identify them.
thanks Brendan.

spawn
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# Posted: 15 Oct 2007 22:37


Hopgins -- post pictures of the parents/adults!

KittenClaw22
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# Posted: 16 Oct 2007 00:41


Good point about the eyes but the body shape is much more similar to the aussie red eyes:

http://talkto.thefrog.org/index.php?action=vthread &topic=10969&forum=7&page=0
http://talkto.thefrog.org/index.php?action=vthread &forum=7&topic=8246&page=0#1

Maybe they are some sort of hybridization. They certainly don't have the typical RETF body shape.


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hopgins
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# Posted: 16 Oct 2007 15:01 · Edited by: hopgins


The parents of my RETF looks like nearly same with Agalychnis callidryas.

On the other hand,my friend said they are Agalychnis callidryas.It had happened on his Agalychnis callidryas.Along with age increasing,they will turn to the nomal green color.He just said that he has all red color babies on his hrad.So....maybe we made too much ado about nothing.
here are parents of my friend's RETF.I will post mine lately.
male

female


KittenClaw22
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# Posted: 16 Oct 2007 16:47


Well there is definitely something different about yours. I can't remember ever seeing any like yours and I have seen a lot of baby RETFs. They are a very popular frog.

Look forward to seeing your adults.


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frogfan
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# Posted: 16 Oct 2007 18:46


When I bred my retf and betf, they look like yours. It's only when they FIRST morph out do they look like that. They gradually change their colors.

hopgins
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# Posted: 21 Oct 2007 19:31 · Edited by: hopgins


hihi:Sorry for waiting......I think everything is alright!!
Figure.1 Female

Figure.2 male-1

Figure.3 male-1

Figure.4 male-2


I could't find the other 2 males of them.But I think they are all same with Agalychnis callidryas.

spawn
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# Posted: 21 Oct 2007 23:59


Those are gorgeous specimens! I love the eyes. Definitely A. callidryas.

Aaron
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# Posted: 31 Oct 2007 00:48


so how did they come out purple? is that a genetic issue or is that a whole nother species all together? ive just never seen anything like that. so what does xanthic's red eye mean exactly?

froggy 60
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# Posted: 31 Oct 2007 19:23


NICE PICS!HEY DO YOU THINK YOU CAN BREED THEM?
THAT WOULD BE WIKIED IF THEY DID!


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Frog Style
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# Posted: 31 Oct 2007 19:26 · Edited by: Frog Style


Froggy, the reason this was posted was because they were already bred. Pictures were shown on the first page. The ones above are the parents, if I am seeing this correctly.....

edit:

hehe, I was thinking, if you're referring about the newly spawned guys, I am sure he/she can breed those little ones once they are of age to breed! If they stay that color, and are able to be bred, that would majorly kick some ass


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joseph
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# Posted: 21 Nov 2007 20:15


Hmm...wonder what country the adults came from? Most of the ones in the US are Nicaraguan.

Yeah, I was thinking that the aussie sp. doesn't lay eggs on leaves.

kerokero
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# Posted: 23 Nov 2007 01:22


Looks like the adults are Nics as well... they are some of the most colorful not to mention one of the only places that export RETFs. Panama exports RETFs as well (FRs) but they are the ruby eyed form that occurs there.


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hopgins
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# Posted: 11 Dec 2007 17:31 · Edited by: hopgins


New Pics.......












Frog Style
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# Posted: 11 Dec 2007 17:37


VERY nice. Very awesome. Cute little babies! They're getting so big now =] Thanks for the updated photos !


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hopgins
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# Posted: 11 Dec 2007 17:44


VERY nice. Very awesome. Cute little babies! They're getting so big now =] Thanks for the updated photos !

Those are born from my spawn.Different than the little pinks.

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# Posted: 11 Dec 2007 19:28


Do you have pics of how that purple one turned out?


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hopgins
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# Posted: 20 Dec 2007 01:53 · Edited by: hopgins


First 1 & 2 are thepics of little guy. he grows very slowly.On now,it just 2 cm at all

Downcast

Front view


Downcast of the two bigger guys.On the left is the sister of little guy,
and right is borned on 10.06.They alomost are same on size....
The sister and brother are borned on 8 21-23.You know,they strange me.

Rearview



front view




Lastly It is fresh spawn on 12.18 & the spawn that I got on 8.21-23
You can see the spawn on last pic are spreaded out
(I am so sorry.My english is pretty bad. I can't express more clearly.Please forgive me )
You can see how dif than telling me how to express it.
Anyway,thank you.




schlegelbagel
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# Posted: 20 Dec 2007 02:35


I think those are the cutest little things I have ever seen, and the adults are beautiful.


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kerokero
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# Posted: 20 Dec 2007 17:02


Beautiful frogs! Congratulations on your success


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Dana
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# Posted: 20 Dec 2007 22:01


Wow, I'm not a small frog gal, but I love the colors on the last pic. Makes me want to jump the Big Frog Ship.
Good Job They look great.


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