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This is a discussion on Which species within the Bombinatoridae: Fire-bellied toads forums, part of the Anura: Frogs & Toads category; Hello, I'm considering some fire bellied toads. I don't want the brightly coloured orientalist, I prefer the smaller European species. ...

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Hello, I'm considering some fire bellied toads. I don't want the brightly coloured orientalist, I prefer the smaller European species. I'd appreciate some advice which ones to go for in terms of ease of care- bombina bombina or bombing variegata.
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