Lady Bullseye wrote:
Thanks Stu! I almost flipped when it wiggled all around for the first time
Yes, it is an imitator. Right now that is all I have.
I can't even imagine the little froglets! It is going to be so cool!
the minute i posted i saw your imi posts everywhere Lisa,sorry mate i should have known ! I hear ya on the wriggling it is so cool.I was lucky to see frogs and newts develope as a child i kept them ,Shaz has never seen this ,so the whole thing has been reliving all this for me and seeing the wonder on her face,as we have gone through each step,and different species now. Lisa the thing that blew me away was seeing the colour develope,with our tinc clade its really quite late,pretty much the last week as the front legs start to show and pop.We haven't bred any thumbs yet so your wicked pics will show us. One day our summersi will stop jerking my chain and get it together (she was courting him again this morning
) and we'll get to see this,in the little frogs.I think you'll see this colouring up earlier though than the last week or two.Its just another of those amazing things about this dart frogs,they go from this drab brown tadpole to....... WOW