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Re: wild type terribilis...pics


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Posted by SSCHIND on April 23, 2003 at 20:50:09:

In Reply to: Re: wild type terribilis...pics posted by dartfrogs.net on April 21, 2003 at 09:52:17:

:Have a look at our website. We have all three color varieties of terribilis. The yellows are truly awesome animals and unfortunately the pictures don't really do them justice.
:Derek


Thanks to everyone for the responses. I wasn't sure if they were all colors of wild types or if some of them were selectivly bred to produce the colors. I seem to recall many years ago the first pictures I saw in magazines of the terribilis the frogs were more yellow, thats why I was confused with the mints thinking someone may have produced them through captive breeding.

Derek that picture was unbelievable. I will certainly check out your site.

Thanks again to all who replied.

Steve Schindler





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