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Old 06-19-2012, 07:17 PM
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Anyone else ever see one of these? I saw one many years ago in a pond in PA. I have heard conflicting reports of how rare they are. I was able to find out that their coloration is caused by missing yellow pigment, but that's about it. Anyone have any info about these guys?

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needs to find a she frog quick!!!!!
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Old 06-20-2012, 03:07 PM
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Hello!
That is my very own "Kerbluey" you've shown there. He showed up in 2010 in my frog-filled pond for a couple of months, then was gone -- likely a meal for a great blue heron, a snapping turtle, or a bigger bullfrog. He was a great photo subject for the brief time he was here. I too learned that it's a missing-yellow pigment goof... you'll find a number of blue bullfrogs on an image search. More pictures of this guy are at Kerbluey.com.
Fun to see that Kerbluey has propagated!
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Old 12-16-2012, 05:23 AM
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Hello!
That is my very own "Kerbluey" you've shown there. He showed up in 2010 in my frog-filled pond for a couple of months, then was gone -- likely a meal for a great blue heron, a snapping turtle, or a bigger bullfrog. He was a great photo subject for the brief time he was here. I too learned that it's a missing-yellow pigment goof... you'll find a number of blue bullfrogs on an image search. More pictures of this guy are at Kerbluey.com.
Fun to see that Kerbluey has propagated!
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Old 12-16-2012, 08:54 AM
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I don't fish, yet anyway, but I'm hooked up with a passionate fisherman and expert fly-tier and we go out to the Gulf and catch sea trout. We also have a great tarpon place here (just outside the Homosassa river mouth). The last report was a 150-lb tarpon that broke the line! (I wasn't there to take a picture for evidence.)
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