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Posted by khoff on April 25, 2003 at 00:06:48:

In Reply to: Sorry try this link Thanks. posted by mrk442 on April 23, 2003 at 15:54:47:

I do not think it is an aurotaenia. It definately has a blueish webbing on the legs, both front and back. Aurotaenia only have blue speckles on hind legs. And the stripes on aurotaenia are thicker and only two. It is absolutley not a black auratus though. I own a pair of jet black auratus, and they are just that, black auratus. If I had to choose I would say a tinc hybrid w/ god knows what else. The owner probably wouldn't want anybody to know of his blasphemous "creation", therefore passing it off as some rare species. I am rather confident that frog does not exist in the wild. Could be wrong though.


::I saw a question posted on a mailing list is am on asking what type of frog this is. Some guy said it was a black Auratus but i say there is no way that is what it is.

::Let me know what you think it is?

::P.S. if the pic does not show take a look at the link i could not get the gallery on kingsnake to take it for some reason?

::Thanks Matt
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