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The additional corresponding hobby

Discussion in 'Pets and Wildlife' started by DPfarr, Oct 29, 2018.

  1. DPfarr

    DPfarr Well-Known Member

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    Dendrobates species. Started having lots of fun with these living in my home.
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    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Fabulous!
     
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    Fascinating. I always did enjoy looking at these.

    I'd rather be a reprobate than a dendrobate, though.
     
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    There’s a trio of Dendrobates tinctorius ‘azureus’ in here with a handful of Pleurthallids. The one in 2nd picture is Pleurothallis tridentata with some of my blue friends in the background.
     
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    Wow, beautiful! They are something I always wanted to try, but I've never had enough time. Do you breed them, too?
     
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    I’m not trying to breed them. The leucomelas created 3 last year via the Neoregelia in their terrarium.

    If it happens, that’s cool but I’m not looking to have a home of dart frogs. I made that mistake with orchids, look at the road that led me down.
     
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    Daniel, it looks great!
     
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    Just put some Neocogniauxia in some of the dart frog vivaria.
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    Another new vivarium with a relatively recently described species. Ranitomeya benedicta shucushuyacu
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