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Re: wild type terribilis


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Posted by hecktick_punker on April 20, 2003 at 20:23:47:

In Reply to: wild type terribilis posted by SSCHIND on April 20, 2003 at 19:53:22:

Hi Steve,

I don't have any pictures but as far as I know there are 3 or 4 color morphs of terribilis found in the wild. There is the classic mint and then there is the orange. There is also a yellow phase but I'm not sure if there are any in captivity. I also remember hearing something about a true green phase rather than the washed out mint color but maybe I've got something mixed up. Hope this helped out, if anyone else has more information or can correct me please post.

Devin
www.amphibiancare.com

:I've seen mint terribilis, and "orange" terribilis, but I have never seen anything refering to wild type terribilis (at least not that i am aware of) cab someone post a picture of a wild type Phylobates terribilis, possibly with a mint and an orange for comparison. I will be checking out some websites but I thought someone here might have something handy.

:Steve Schindler





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