Silurana paratropicalis

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I have 2 female Silurana paratropicalis. I am looking for a male or to swap in the Philly, Baltimore, Ephrata area.
 

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Hello,
how have you determined the species?
Do you have pictures of your frogs?

Bye Martin
 

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Hi Martin,
I got them from John Brekken. He got them from Burley Lilly. Burley did all of the determining. They told me they are S. paratropicalis and I'm going along with them.
 

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Hello Michael,
thanks for the information.
Do you know where are the from oder where are the parents from?

Bye Martin
 

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Hi Martin,
The person that gave them to me got them from Burley Lily from xenopus.com That's all I know about them. I have them in a tank with Pipa parva. They are doing fine but I don't think it's a good idea to have the two different types together.
 

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Hello,
if you want to breed them it is not a good idea to keep them together.
But only for keeping? Why not? Both are tropical.
If the tank is big enough.

Bye Martin
 
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