Matt D.

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Been raising fish, frogs, lizards, etc etc for many years and I am here to help anyone that is wanting to try out this great hobby:)
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Harlequin Dart Frog!! I can't believe the beauty of this arrow frog:) Wow!!

A Multitude of Morphs: Harlequin Dart Frogs - Pictured here is the Koi morph. These are Harlequin Poison Dart Frogs (Oophaga histrionica, Oophaga sylvatica - two “different” [this is debated] species). These creatures come in a multitude of color.

Nice and clean look to this planted tank:) Anyone know what kind of plants are growing on these rocks?

Nice and clean look to this planted tank:) Anyone know what kind of plants are growing on these rocks?

Here is a great looking Green Star Polyp for your saltwater tank!! There is very low light on these and they still look great:)

Here is a great looking Green Star Polyp for your saltwater tank! There is very low light on these and they still look great:)

I love these Strawberry Poison Arrow Frogs! There color reminds me of Spider Man's costume:) I am really thing about getting back into breeding frogs like these but only if I have buyers for the babies?

I love these Strawberry Poison Arrow Frogs! There color reminds me of Spider Man's costume:) I am really thing about getting back into breeding frogs like these but only if I have buyers for the babies?

These things look mean!! The Freshwater Lionfish is a crazy looking fish:) I would not keep it in with anything smaller then it is or you may only have the Lionfish left!!

The Freshwater Lionfish is a crazy looking fish:) I would not keep it in with anything smaller then it is or you may only have the Lionfish left!

This is a Yellow Blue Indian bullfrog! They are big but very cool looking frog:)

Dan Wilcox: Yellow Blue Indian bullfrog Hoplobatrachus tigerinus It's real. Indian Bullfrogs are large frogs that grow up to 15 cms inches) in length. They are yellowish/olive green in color and they have dark irregular markings.

Flamingo tongue snail! This would look look in a reef tank! The only thing is be sure to find out about there eating habits. They may eat everything in your tank!

The flamingo tongue snail feeds on toxic sea fans and not only suffers no harm, it incorporates the fans’ venom and becomes toxic itself. Saw these in the Bahamas!we held them and the colorful part sucks into a white shell