Overall, I am pleased with the selection of frogs we are raising and attemting to breed. Of course there are so many fascinating breed I would like to have, but they must wait for now. Some are more co-operative than others when it comes to breeding. It looks like our newest male Azureus is finally accepting the female I placed in his viv earlier this week. The red and green Trivitattus are calling like crazy, but no sign of eggs yet. The green male starts calling at first light and calls until lights go out at night.
We have some new orange lamasis that morphed this week, with several more not far behind. The lamasis have been the most prolific of all the frogs we have. It's a shame they are so shy. They are beautiful, tiny creatures.
For the first time ever, we added red eye tree frogs to our breeders. Thay are so different than the dart frogs and take some getting use to. I love peering into their viv at night and seeing all of those huge red eyes staring back at me.
Finally, we are gearing up for the reptile show in Hickory, NC next weekend. We will be the only dart frog vendor there, so hopefully we will have good crowds and a successful show.
That's it for now.