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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Wed Nov 15, 2017 5:20 am

Interesting figurine :)

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:11 pm

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Interesting figurine :)

Isn't it? Not so many toy manufacturers bothered to made a Diplocaulus.
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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Mon Dec 04, 2017 12:36 pm

i made pictures and can finally join this topic 2!
I have a LOT o frogs and toads Very Happy
I do not collect them but they still enter my collection somehow Wink
some of them i have as long as i can remember (my whole life in my opinion);

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Mon Dec 04, 2017 6:28 pm

Nice frogs :)

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Mon Dec 04, 2017 8:23 pm

I am so glad you decided to show your frogs and also snakes on the other SUY. I didn't know you had so many! Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Sun Dec 24, 2017 12:06 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:09 am

Interesting collections, with so many beautiful amphibians!

I managed to finally gather most of my amphibians into pictures, so now I can share them here. Very Happy
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Clockwise from left: NTC Japanese tree frog, decorative frog on rock, Yujin black-spotted pond frog, Kitan Club "Putitto" Japanese tree frogs (2), NTC Japanese fire belly newt, Animatales ornate narrow-mouth frog, Capsule Q Tohoku salamander, Birdtales Tago's brown frog, Yujin Japanese brown frog
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Same as above, along with: Safari Ltd cane toad and salamander, NTC poison dart frogs (4), XX phantasmal poison frog, Wild Republic red-eyed tree frog (representing the frogs tube, the others are not pictured)

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NTC dyeing dart frog and blue poison dart frog (considered a subspecies of the former), smaller two are the granular poison frog (green morph), and reticulated poison frog

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NTC Lehmann's poison frog, yellow-banded poison dart frog, smaller two are both strawberry poison frogs (la gruta and blue jeans morphs)

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All together, with XX phantasmal poison frog (again), and a three-striped poison frog (unbranded)

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Top row: Action Products blue poison dart frog, hollow water-squirting figures- blue poison dart frog, reticulated poison frog, Lehmann's poison frog, strawberry poison frog, yellow-banded poison dart frog (these were my best group for a long time)
Bottom row: unbranded blue poison dart frog, dyeing dart frog, Silverstone's poison frog or strawberry poison frog, XX phantasmal poison frog (yet again)

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Nature's Wonders HD by Blip Toys: red-eyed tree frog (the biggest figure in these pictures What a Face ), dyeing dart frog, European green toad, hourglass tree frog

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Toy Major: two large Lehmann's poison frogs, one bendable, wrestling for territory

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Eraser frogs, labeled: bullfrog, green tree frog, little grass frog (2)

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The frog on the upper left might be my first frog. The fishing lure frog below I also got when I was very young, from a zoo gift shop. On the right: K&M International southern two-lined salamander, unbranded tiny crested newt, glow-in-the-dark emperor newt

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Closeup of the crested newt


Lastly, an addendum of my newest amphibians that recently joined the menagerie:
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Nature Techni Colour, three complete amphibian sets (two doubles not shown): sword-tail newt, Japanese fire belly newts (3), Japanese giant salamander, Japanese common toad life cycle figures (6), Japanese tree frogs (4), Schlegel's green tree frogs (2), black-spotted pond frog
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Same as above, plus Animatales sword-tail newt and Japanese clawed salamander
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That's all, for now! tongue

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:31 am

Phantastic collection Andy :)

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:01 pm

Andy, that's quite impressive! I have so many questions that I am letting it to a future occasion. Laughing Great presentation and it is very nice that you describe everythin on your pictures. cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:15 pm

Great collection Andy, you have some exquisite models I would love to catch drunken

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:30 pm

Thanks guys. sunny  This was my first SUY contribution, and I have a soft spot for amphibians, so I tried to do justice to them.

Rogério, I'll look forward to any questions.
Christophe, I know you also have gems that do not appear in my pictures. drunken

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PostSubject: Re: Show Us Your Amphibians!    Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:12 pm

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I am so glad you decided to show your frogs and also snakes on the other SUY. I didn't know you had so many! Shocked

Haha believe me i do not buy them intentionally.. they are just there ,,, and i can not get rid of them i love them hahaha
also in realy life; planning on getting a packmanfrog someday Very Happy maybe even a caine toad, they make great pets.
(if they accept you and not excrite the poison al the time)

OMG A.R.Garcia what a great bunch of beauty! LOve you collection!

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