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    Cool New Darts!

    At the Tuscon show, I decided to bring home some Dendrobates auratus!

    We got the complete setup plus food & frogs. These are my first dart frogs. I think the morph is "Blue and Black", a Panama population. These are captive bred though.





    Meet Ned, Fred & Ted:


    Hope you enjoyed!
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    Love the setup and the frogs! Can you tell them apart at all?
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    Awesome! Those guys are cool. I don't know squat about frogs,but they sure are neat. I'm with grublet,how do you tell them apart haa
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    I can tell! Ted has a rounder spot on his back. Fred is big and has a left-handed swoosh to his pattern. Ned has a right-handed swoosh. Fred and Ted are more adventurous and Ned likes to hang back.
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    So it goes Fred, Ted and then Ned from left to right in the last picture!
    0.2.0 Crested Geckos-Cornelius:aka Doodles, Sweetums, Little Miss and Nibbler:aka BooBoo, Miss Boo and SqueakaBoo
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    Actually it's Ned, Fred & Ted but they don't mind
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    Wicked cool aruatus! Those blues can get pretty bold so I hear compared to the other locals(areas) they are found, very nice set up also! :d

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    Beautiful!
    ~Amber~
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