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Old 12-30-2011, 01:26 PM   #111
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Does anyone know what type the last two are?
Would they by chance be the "Mink frog"?
No idea.

...but I did want to say that you have the makings of a GREAT coloring book--if you want to go beyond just some coloring pages.

I'm really starting to want to create something like this for the kids I worked with last year...assuming I'm asked to do the club again this year.
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Old 12-30-2011, 01:27 PM   #112
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That's all I have worthy......
IN NEED OF...... Photos of the WOOD frog, MINK frog, PICKEREL frog, BLANCHARDS CRICKET frog or the WESTERN CHORUS frog????
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Old 12-30-2011, 01:35 PM   #113
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I did want to say that you have the makings of a GREAT coloring book--if you want to go beyond just some coloring pages.

I'm really starting to want to create something like this for the kids I worked with last year...assuming I'm asked to do the club again this year.
Perhaps one of the Wildlife Gardeners would like to create a cover sheet for the project. I could staple them all together!
I'll work on the series showing their development after they've had a chance to post a possible mating pair of green frogs.
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:34 PM   #114
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That's all I have worthy......
IN NEED OF...... Photos of the... PICKEREL frog...????
Not sure it is worthy, but you seemed to think it might be a pickerel frog. If I find another photo of it, I'll post it here too.
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Two frogs I believe are pickerels for you, Havalotta.

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Old 01-01-2012, 06:32 PM   #116
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Two frogs I believe are pickerels for you, Havalotta.

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Those will likely lend themselves to a coloring book cartoon than mine will...much less cluttered background.
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I love this style house! HDR and tone-mapped>

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Old 01-01-2012, 09:08 PM   #119
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Those will likely lend themselves to a coloring book cartoon than mine will...much less cluttered background.
YUP I think the second one is perfect! We'll just have to wait and see which ones and how many Equill or anyone else for that matter can play around with and turn them into a black and white cartoon or formation of some sort.....Sage sent me al nice version of one she created. I'll go fetch it..........
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I love this style house! HDR and tone-mapped>

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Another home lover among us. I too like its form. I'll go for a look for a similar one I had taken for you.
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