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Discussion in 'Amphibian - General' started by furryscaly, Apr 16, 2005.

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  1. furryscaly

    furryscaly Elite Member

    Just for fun. I'm bored.

    This little girl got me sick. She's still my buddy though.
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    Newnewt is always easier to shoot at night
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    One of my few decent day shots of him
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    Now this is very interesting. ALL my oriental fire-bellied toads have a pair of lighter colored spots on their backs. Something I've never seen in the species before.

    This one's Bud
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    Oop's spots
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    Phi-pau is a brown oriental fire-belly. Still don't know what causes this, it seems to be just in captivity. Still got the spots though.
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  2. furryscaly

    furryscaly Elite Member

    Bud on the left, Leafgreen on the right
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    More Leafgreen, my most photogenic OFBT. She's patched with both green and brown (duh).
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    What else is interesting is that both Bud and Leafgreen have a curved chain of connected spots on their left shoulders.
     
  3. Jay DeMore

    Jay DeMore Elite Member

    Nice pics Matt!!! I love the OFBT's. We just lost one to old age, she was at least 7 (that's the problem with rescues, you don't ever really know how old).
     
  4. 311Style

    311Style Elite Member

    Wow those are some neat pictures they all look great :)
     
  5. fuse

    fuse Elite Member

    hey furryscaly bro,

    those your bright green spots resemble mine???
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    anyway have yours breed before?

    cheers
     
  6. furryscaly

    furryscaly Elite Member

    lol, yeah, just like yours. The spots weren't always there on mine either. I wonder why they have those light spots like that. I've never bred mine though.
     
  7. Shoobly

    Shoobly Elite Member

    A couple of my guys had those too, how odd...
     
  8. furryscaly

    furryscaly Elite Member

    Maybe in a few hundred thousand years they'll be eyespots or something.
     
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