We just came back from selling at Repticon Charlotte. It was a good show. There were less vendors there this time around, but the crowds were good. We saw some of our older customers, made some new friends, got some new folks started with dart frogs and sold out of our Eco Vivs.
Our next shows will be at Columbia, South Carolina in February, Raleigh, NC and Baltimore Md. in May.
It's time to get the frog room re-organized. We will be reassessing which species we will continue to breed (or should I say, attempt to breed) and possibly add a new species or two. We will likely add some more thumbnail species.
We currently have over eighty tads in the water, with a mix of auratus, leucomelas, lamasi, and azureus.
To date, we have not had any luck with breeding our Vanzolinis, Red Galacts, Black Bassleri, Citronellas and Cristobals. We have had a new clutch of Red trivitattus, with about eighteen eggs successful. You may recall, we had an even larger clutch a year ago, but none of the tads survived. So, we will try to take especially good care of this batch, with our lessons learned. It is very rare to see captive bred red trivs avaialble in the US, so it would give us great pleasure to offer these to collectors.
The exciting news is our pumilio "Strawberry" pairs available by the end of January. We will have several pairs of Cristobals and Almirantes available. These are some beautiful frogs!
I would like to invite all of our previous customers to send in pictures of the frogs purchased from us and any vivariums you have built. We will be happy to put them up in our picture gallery.
That's it for now.