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Solomon Island Leaf Frogs are laying!
By Patrick - Sunday, June 02 2013 Comment(s): 0  |  Overall Rating:
It's taken a while, but I've finally got my Solomon Island Leaf Frogs laying again!

When I moved last summer I had three colonies of Solomon Island Leaf Frogs breeding, but moving really put an end to that!  However now that I am settled in at my new location, I've finally got a group going again, and eggs are incubating!
This frog occurs in many different forms in it's native environment, and while the original colony started out producing almost all bright yellow leaf frogs, they are now producing a lot of variable offspring, including some remarkable green specimens. 
Leaf frogs have been a long term breeding project here, I've been working with this unusual anuran since about 2002.  Hopefully we should have juveniles available by August.  For more information on these frogs, see their page on the site, here

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