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Thread: I could almost like this frog

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    He is such a cutie.

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    Frog phobia here too..... but very nice picture!

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    vey beautiful. Though i never raise frogs we have some species in my parent garden. There will be some months they come in many pair courting to have kids..ha..ha. I will look for the photos and post in another thread.

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    so i'm a freak... 2 african dwarfies, an egyptian green toad and maybe 20 xenopus... mine had babies and i didn't let them eat em all.

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    Lovely blue frog

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    That is an adorable frog. Thanks for posting its picture.

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    Awww.He looks poisonous, how sweet....

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    Cochranella euknemos
    Fringe-limbed Tree Frog
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    Would love some of these in my greenhouse. Too bad they're from Panama.

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