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This is a discussion on Blue poison dart frogs within the FS: United Kingdom (just UK) forums, part of the For Sale, Give-Away or Trade category; I have available 3 cb juvenile Dendrobates tinctorius azureus from 3 different spawning times (same parents) laid in 2010 40 ...

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I have available 3 cb juvenile Dendrobates tinctorius azureus from 3 different spawning times (same parents) laid in 2010
40 each collection from ip24 area.



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Hi.
Do you breed this species on a regular basis? The reason I ask is, I would love to keep this species, but at present have no setup. If you do, I would definitely be interested in one next time round, (whenever that may be...).

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Yes they breed regulary.
Just had some more eggs if they go well they should be ready end of the year.
The parents of these are unrelated.



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Hi,

End of the year would be great. Plenty of time to do some 'homework' on them and get the perfect setup sorted. Would you be able to e.mail me (providing everything goes well) when they are ready? My e.mail is mummyhamster@btconnect.com Also one other question, what age would they be, when they are ready?

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