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  Azureus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Azureus was started at Sourceforge.net mostly to experiment with the Standard Widget Toolkit from Eclipse, in June 2003.
Azureus version 2.3.0.0 introduced the Distributed Database function (a form of DHT), which is an expansion of the BitTorrent protocol, making it more independent from trackers.
Azureus was modified to create the Localhost Program, which uses the Distributed Database to maintain a virtual file system.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Azureus   (524 words)

  
 azureus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Like the other 2 species I have, Dendrobates Azureus, also referred to as the "blue poison frog," is one of the largest of poison dart frogs.
Azureus are primarily terrestrial, never straying too far from the forest floor.
The two azureus are the least aggressive of the frogs that I have even though they are known as being an outgoing species.
www.geocities.com /fmfoxx/azureus.html   (135 words)

  
 ADW: Dendrobates azureus: Information
Dendrobates azureus is brightly colored, and this coloration serves as a warning to would-be predators of its poisonous properties.
azureus is an azure-blue hue on the limbs, a sky-blue on its dorsal surface, and a darker blue on its ventral surface.
Dendrobates azureus has skin that remains sticky from mucus secretions which not only helps to hold moisture in, but also enables tadpoles to take hold when they are carried from the egg-site to their new aquatic home.
animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu /site/accounts/information/Dendrobates_azureus.html   (2112 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frogs - Dendrobates Azureus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The blue frog, or Dendrobates azureus are probably the most well known dart frog, and for those of you who have always wanted these frogs, once you get them, you will find their beauty does not disappoint.
Their habitat does not seem to be in any danger for the time being, so they are not particularly endangered, but it is always of concern when an animal is restricted to a fairly small habitat.
These frogs are very similar to Dendrobates tinctorius, and for practical purposes may be considered the same in terms of habits and breeding, although each form of tinctorius is a little different in terms of its breeding.
www.saurian.net /htm/azureus.htm   (310 words)

  
 PUMILIO.COM - Frog Of The Month
azureus tends to be on the expensive side.
The reason for this is not because of their rarity, or because they are difficult to keep, but because of the demand for the bold, blue frog.
azureus is one of the most sought after dart frogs in the hobby.
www.pumilio.com /frogofthemonth/current.htm   (392 words)

  
 Dendrobates azureus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
azureus is a terrestrial frog that lives near the streams flowing through the remnants of jungle on the Sipaliwimi savannah of southern Surinam.
azureus is one of the larger poison frog growing to 45 mm (1-3/4 in) SVL.
azureus is the "Blue Poison Frog" or the "Azure Poison Frog".
www.theramp.net /frognet/Species/Dendrobates/azureus.html   (351 words)

  
 Dendrobates azureus (Hoogmoed, 1969) Blue Poison Frog
Over 100 pumiliotoxins have been isolated from both genera, which are divided into three groups: Pumiliotoxins A, B, and C. Pumiliotoxins A and B are considerably more potent than Pumiliotoxin C. Poison frogs are thought to obtain their toxicity from consuming poisonous insects for which they possess an immunity to.
As with all Dendrobate species, the pattern is variable, and may consist of large, dark blotches to tiny flecks.
azureus should eat every other day or so, and dead and uneaten food items should be removed from the tank regularly to prevent toxins in the substrate.
www.livingunderworld.org /anura/database/dendrobatidae/dendrobates/azureus   (2557 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frogs
Dendrobates tinctorius, a strikingly beautiful poison dart frog native to tropical rain forests of the Guianas in the northeastern shoulder of South America.
Dendrobates frogs produce a poison called pumiliotoxin, which is not as deadly as the batrachotoxin produced by Phyllobates frogs.
Although their eggs are laid among the leaves, the newly hatched larvae are carried on the backs of the parents to a pool of water or water-filled bromeliad.
waynesword.palomar.edu /dartfrog.htm   (496 words)

  
 Frogs main
This tinctorius was found within the Sipaliwini Savannah during an azureus collecting trip in the late 1990's.
This morph is a deep blue that is not seen in the New River tinctorius or azureus.
The larger Dendrobates species are found in variety of colors, but not many are red.
www.herpetologic.net /frogs/availability.html   (2266 words)

  
 Reptile Forums.com - Index - First Dart Frog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
03-19-2005 05:32 PM I would go with patricias (dendrobate tinctorus), they are hardy, outgoing and more forgiving of beginner errors than other types.
Keep in mind if you want multiple frogs, tincs and azureus tend to fight (females), so be aware of that.
Azureus are also fairly easy to get to breed.
www.reptileforums.com /forums/printthread.php?t=15842   (240 words)

  
 Poison-Arrow Frog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Poison-Arrow frog, Dendrobates azureus, is among the most handsome members of any collection of herpatiles.
While nearly all frogs and toads have at least a trace of poison in their skin glands, toxins are most highly developed in some of the poison-arrow frogs.
Amerindians hunt birds and monkeys with darts and arrows that have been coated with the frogs' skin secretions which are highly potent nerve toxins.
www.honoluluzoo.org /poisonarrow_frog.htm   (419 words)

  
 Dendrobatid Frogs
azureus: a (mostly) terrestrial frog found inn relic forests on the Sipaliwimi savannah of southern Surinam.
azureus is one of the larger poison frog (38mm to 45 mm (1-3/4 in) SVL.
For a complete list of dendrobates species, see Anthony Hundt's Frog Page.
www.public.asu.edu /~bedwards/frogs.htm   (365 words)

  
 Azureus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Azureus allows the user to download multiple files in a single GUI interface.
The Blue Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobates azureus) is shown on the Azureus webpage, as well as within the program's start-up splash screen, no doubt lending its name to the project.
This page was last modified 00:40, 5 Aug 2004.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /Azureus   (155 words)

  
 Poison Frog (Dendrobates) - MavicaNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Here are some pictures of our dendrobates auratus, a type of green and fl poison dart frog.
They are super cute and so much fun to watch as they hunt fruit flies.
Bright colors warn enemies of the deadly skin secretions and may help males defend their territories during courtship.
www.mavicanet.com /directory/fra/33532.html   (403 words)

  
 The Planted Tank Forum - Ideas for a 230g hex vivarium
I like the D. azureus for sure, but I'd be happy if I could throw in some of the other Dendrobates like D. lehmanni, D. reticulatus, D. leucomelas...
I(think I will stick to just the Dendrobates azureus at this point, though the D. tinctorius are tempting....
Leaving a small piece of fruit on the ground in an open area of the tank is a simple way to keep most of the fruit flies grouped in one spot long enough for the frogs to eat them.
www.plantedtank.net /forums/printthread.php?t=7681   (1958 words)

  
 Frognet.org Gallery :: Mirabello-NAIB2004
Close up view of one of the azureus in the Rainforest section of the aquarium
A picture of the lower portion of the azureus exhibit.
One of the many Epipedobates tricolor that we saw roaming free in the rainforest exhibit.
www.frognet.org /gallery/Mirabello-NAIB2004   (84 words)

  
 Dart Frog Publications (K-O)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Kitasako, J. Observations on the biology of Dendrobates pumilio Schmidt and Dendrobates auratus Girard.
Discovery of a defensively malodorous and nocturnal frog in the family Dendrobatidae: phylogenetic significance of a new genus and species from the Venezuelan Andes.
Discovery of the Costa Rican Poison Frog Dendrobates granuliferus in Sympatry with Dendrobates pumilio, and comments on Taxonomic Use of Skin Alkaloids.
www.theramp.net /frognet/publications/pubko.html   (797 words)

  
 Amphibiancare.com >> An Online Amphibian and Reptile Information Resource >> Black Jungle Terrarium Supply
A nice terrarium where they keep Dendrobates azureus.
Dendrobates tinctorius - these look a lot like the table mountain tincs but differ in that they have more spots.
A nice hex terrarium that used to house Dendrobates fantasticus but, at the time I visited, was empty.
www.amphibiancare.com /frogs/articles/blackjungle.html   (420 words)

  
 Blue Poison Arrow Frog
There are 4 main groups of Poison Arrow Frogs: Dendrobates, Epipedobates, Minyobates and Phyllobates.
The Blue poison frog is one of the most striking of the poison arrow frogs.
It is a mid-sized frog in the Dendrobates family with its length ranging from 3.0 - 4.5 cm.
www.nashvillezoo.org /blfrog.htm   (1061 words)

  
 Amphibiancare.com >> An Online Amphibian and Reptile Information Resource >> Shedd Aquarium and Brookfield Zoo Reptile ...
A large terrarium containing a group of blue dart frogs (Dendrobates azureus).
This tall terrarium housed their group of Dendrobates galactonotus.
The terrarium on the left houses Dendrobates azureus, on the right are the above Phyllobate terribilis.
www.amphibiancare.com /frogs/articles/chicago.html   (281 words)

  
 Azureus - TheBestLinks.com - GUI, Java programming language, Linux, Microsoft Windows, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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 Amphibiancare.com >> An Online Amphibian and Reptile Information Resource >> Henry Vilas Zoo Frog Exhibit
There is a wide variety of tropical plant species in each, with many beautiful ferns, bromeliads, and orchids growing epiphytically from the walls of the cages.
Currently, the inhabitants of the terrariums are tropical frogs, and include green and fl poison dart frogs (Dendrobates auratus), lovely poison dart frogs (Phyllobates lugubris), blue poison dart frogs (Dendrobates azureus), strawberry poison dart frogs (Dendrobates pumilio), common harlequin toads (Atelopus spumarius), marbled tree frogs (Hyla marmorata), and tiger leg tree frogs (Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis).
Middle terrarium, housing Atelopus spumarius, Hyla marmorata, and Dendrobates azureus
www.amphibiancare.com /frogs/articles/henryvilaszoo.html   (281 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This painting depicts the Blue Poison Frog, Dendrobates azureus, also known as the Dyeing Poison Frog.
It is similar to D. Tinctorius which is also bright blue but has yellow stripes down the sides.
Since the D. ureus is found in so many layers in the forest, it seemed natural to depict him in a multilayered format.
www.edobermeyer.com /html/dendazure-12.html   (262 words)

  
 Dendrobates Azureus at www.poison-frogs.com
Dendrobates Azureus, belongs to the Dendrobates tinctorius group (also dendrobates tinctorius and D. galactonotus), genus : dendrobates, Family : dendrobatidae, Order : Anurans, Class : Amphibians
South - Surinam, Western slope of the "vier gebroeders" (four brothers) mountains in the east of the Sipaliwini plains, an extremely small area (pink dot on the map).
This site can at best be seen in a framed form, in case do not see the frame : click here and you will be rerouted
www.poison-frogs.nl /e020302.html   (379 words)

  
 D. azureus data sheet
If you have information you think might be of interest to others, please see the Species Data Form.
Adult males are smaller/slimmer, have enlarged toe pads, and have vocal sacs.
Description: Dendrobates azureus is one of the most striking frogs in the trade.
www.doylesdartden.com /Dazureus.html   (310 words)

  
 Poison-Dart Frog
High quality prints made on acid-free archival paper are available of all drawings in the gallery.
Included: Dendrobates azureus, tinctorius, granuliferous, auratus, fantasticus, reticulatus, pumilio, leucomelus as well as many other frogs and amphibians.
Dendrobates and Red-Eye Treefrog info can be found also.
x.webring.com /hub?ring=waizfisz   (817 words)

  
 Blue Poison Arrow Frog (Dendrobates azureus) and Splash-back Poison Arrow Frog (D. galactonotus) - Amendment to the ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Blue Poison Arrow Frog (Dendrobates azureus) and Splash-back Poison Arrow Frog (D. galactonotus) - Amendment to the List of Specimens Taken to be Suitable for Live Import
Blue Poison Arrow Frog (Dendrobates azureus) and Splash-back Poison Arrow Frog (D.
These changes will take effect on the first day on which they are no longer liable to be disallowed.
www.deh.gov.au /biodiversity/trade-use/lists/import/gazette/poison-arrow-frogs.html   (173 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frogs - Dendrobates tinctorius "powder blue"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Poison Dart Frogs - Dendrobates tinctorius "powder blue"
Dendrobates tinctorius are an excellent terrarium animal, being the largest of the commonly available poison arrow frogs.
They are also brightly colored and bold, and breed fairly easily.
www.saurian.net /htm/powderblue.htm   (172 words)

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