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What would you do?


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Posted by mrk442 on April 25, 2003 at 17:11:28:

In Reply to: What would you do? posted by Ferriera on April 25, 2003 at 15:59:43:

I was thinking maybe either leucs or some orange Terribilis but I have started thinking maybe E. tricolor because I think they will use the vertical area better than the Terribilis and i have heard they are fun to watch:)

How do they do in groups?

Thanks
Matt

:Depends on what you want really. Some good frogs that do good in groups are Galactonotus,Leucomelas. Both tend to be farley bold. But if you want very bold eating machines go with Terribilis,Aurotaenia, or Bicolors. Their are SO many chooses out their with darts these are just a few suggestions.
: Brian Ferriera JR
: Plympton, Ma





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