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Ranitomeya imitator "Chazuta" froglet

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They are great little frogs.
Got a great trio of these at UK Frog Day. Ive not been able to get many pictures of these as they are like bullets and have had one jump out the viv once when I was feeding them!
Got this of one of them:

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Was filling up the broms with the spray today and noticed some movement in one and tipped it out.

This is what I found:

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Didnt realise it would be so well developed!

Im really pleased - clever parents!



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Good news!! and good pics too, these dendrobates are so cute!!



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Now out the water and in the rearing tub:

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Got this of the little fella when i was misting the growing on tub:

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Theres quite a variability with the offspring of these guys with some block pattern froglets and some spotted. Theres also quite a variability in leg colour, some being blue, others greenish and some more orange.



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