The adult pairs included several Leucomelas pairs, a couple of green and black Costa Rican Auratus pairs, two pairs each of Standard Imitators and Yuri Imitators. In addition, we purchased two more pairs of G & B Costa Rican Auratus from another source.
Hopefully in the coming months, we will have many of each available for sale.
I know some of you are following the progress of the Red Trivitattus that recently hatched. We currently have twenty three healthy, growing tads. We lost a few eggs toward the end and one tad so far. However, I'm feeling pretty confident about their survival. Once big enough, at about two to three months old, we will be releasing them for sale. These will be the first Red Trivs I have personlly ever seen available, that are captive bred. It happens, but is very rare for them to produce in captivity.
We had ten Mint Terribilis available and sold out the first week they became available. I will be releasing eight more for sale next week. So, if you are interseted, please call, text or e-mail to reserve. They can be picked up in Greensboro or at the Raleigh Reptile show April 30/May1.
We also have plenty of Azureus juvies and Turquoise & Black/Bronze Auratus juvies available. The Auratus are very large, fat, healthy six month old frogs.
Please stop by our table at the Raleigh show in two weeks. We will have all of the above frogs available, along with some planted vivs, Rep-Cal calcium powder, FF cultures and culturing kits, sheet moss and we will be debuting our new "Got Frogs?" t-shirts.
Also, if anyone has any tads, froglets, juvies, adults or pairs of any frogs we currently are not working with and would like to sell them, please contact us.
We always like to meet fellow dart enthusiasts, so say hey when you visit the show.
That's it for now,