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Posted by hecktick_punker on April 21, 2003 at 12:26:45:
In Reply to: P.Aurotaenia posted by danlay on April 21, 2003 at 10:23:11:
Thanks for sharing the picture. I've been debating for a while if I should get a few of those guys or not. Its a choice between the aurotenia, vittatus or lugubris. I've only kept the vittatus before and I remember them as being very shy, how bold are the aurotaenia? Thanks,
:I just wanted to recommend this species to people who are looking for a great frog. In my opinion they are one of the most overlooked in the hobby. Phyllobates Aurotaenia are one of the three most poisonous frogs in their wild state.
:My Auro's have a jet black body with neon green stripes and blue spotted legs and belly. They are great to look at.
:They eat extremely well for a reasonably small frog, almost snapping at their prey like a crocodile. They are undermanding as arrow frogs go.
:A truly great frog.