Category Archives: Dart Frogs

When I started on this dart frog “hobby” I had no intentions of breeding. I didn’t want the stress and hassle after losing 8 eggs and one Cobalt tadpole from the breeder that left us with only one Cobalt frog in the big tank, instead of a nice little group of frogs. But then I […]

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  • Melanie Graham - Omg they’re so cute and little! What an awesome progression of magnification on the tadpoles! Best of luck to them and their babies ๐Ÿ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Weitz - Oh my gosh!!! This is amazing. I can’t believe you could photograph those…seriously love following this. Thank you for sharing. I’m going to show my kiddos tonight!ReplyCancel

  • Maria Brock Hanson - Whattt, this is soo cool! Beautiful photos and super neat subject! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Larissa - What an interesting hobby! And what a fun thing for kiddos to be able to observe and explore!ReplyCancel

  • Jess Kornacki - I cannot believe these amazing photos! Those tadpole images are absolutely incredible! I love that you are documenting this!ReplyCancel

  • Taylor Fisher - This is so fun! Haha! They’re so teeny tiny. What a fun photo shoot ๐Ÿ˜‰ReplyCancel

  • keziah - Oh those macro’s are so awesome!!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - So freakin’ cool!ReplyCancel

  • Willy Wilson - How did you become a poison frog collector anyhow? These are such cool photos for your family to have forever. What fun colors. I always try to visit those poison frogs at the Botanic Gardens, Yours look much more interesting!ReplyCancel

  • Jennie - Oh my gosh, baby frogs! What awesome macro work on the tadpoles!ReplyCancel