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Amphibians

(updated 30-07-16)




The following species are currently available. Online orders accepted but as many are in short supply and we require delivery details or if you are collecting, if interested please phone or email us to reserve and we will direct you to a temporary page for you to place the order.
We are again able to deliver amphibians via a private specialist reptile courier anywhere on mainland UK south of central Scotland. Prices start from £40.00. Please enquire for more details.
Please read our terms and conditions before placing an order. Amphibians are available for delivery in the UK only or can be collected from our retail premises near Bewdley, Worcestershire (approximately 6.5 miles from the West Midlands Safari Park).
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Special Offers (no further discounts)

Species (Vernacular) & Description
Scientific Name Price Guide (Each)

Bumblebee toad
UK-produced c/b 2016 large juveniles 15mm
These are stunning diurnal toads from shrub and arable areas of Paraguay and Argentina. Females are larger than males. Most of the toads previously described as Melanophryniscus stelzneri in the hobby are probably this species.
These are genuine UK-produced F1 specimens that are in superb condition and taking pinhead crickets, aphids and fruit fly.

Melanophryniscus klappenbachi
(8 left)

£35.00



Anurans (frogs & toads)


Poison Frogs

Species (Vernacular) & Description
Scientific Name Price Guide (Each)

Splashback poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2016 juveniles 20mm
A relatively large, attractive frog and extremely popular. Adults are very plump and active. Quite easy to keep and breed in captivity and loves to climb even though it is essentially a ground-dweller.

Adelphobates galactonotus
'orange & black'
(1 left)

£40.00

Splashback poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2016 grown-on juveniles 25mm
A relatively large, attractive frog and extremely popular. Adults are very plump and active. Quite easy to keep and breed in captivity and loves to climb even though it is essentially a ground-dweller.

Adelphobates galactonotus
'blue'
(4 available)

£125.00 or £375.00 /4

Bumblebee poison dart frog
c/b 2015 adults 35mm
Great starter species. Easy to keep and breed under suitable conditions. Bold, greedy and males have a loud call.

Dendrobates leucomelas
(1 pair available)

SOLD

Dyeing poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2014 sub-adults 35mm
This stunning morph has a largely black body with a creamy-white head and smaller patches of the same on the lower back. It hails from the western areas of central French Guyana near the village Maripasoula and is a large morph attaining over 40 - 45mm. These were captive bred in the UK and are a viable pair.

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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Atachi Bakka'
(1 pair available
)

£150.00 /pair

Blue poison dart frog
c/b 2015 near-adults 35mm+
Probably the most popular of the poison dart frogs, this stunning species grows to a good size (around 35 - 40mm) and is relatively easy to care for. These are sold as sexed pairs and are around 8 - 9 months old.

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Dendrobates tinctorius azureus
(3 pairs available)

£170.00 /pair

Blue poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2015 juveniles 12 - 15mm
Probably the most popular of the poison dart frogs, this stunning species grows to a good size (around 35 - 40mm) and is relatively easy to care for. Age around 2 - 3 months

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Dendrobates tinctorius azureus
(2 left)

£60.00

Dyeing poison dart frog
c/b 2015, near-adults 30mm +
A dwarf form from the tinctorius group with unusual coloration - a blue-black body with orange or gold strips across the eyes that look like colored eyebrows.


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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Lorenzo'
(1 pair reserved)

£110.00 /pair

Dyeing poison dart frog
c/b 2015 adult 40mm
Beautiful multicolored morph that grows to around 50mm+.
We can offer sexed pairs of adults.

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Dendrobates tinctorius Nominat
(1 pair reserved)

£130.00 /pair

Dyeing poison dart frog
c/b 2015, near-adults 30mm
Beautiful small morph from French Guyana. These are well grown but unsexed juveniles feeding avidly on small or large fruit flies, aphids, pinhead crickets and springtails.

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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Oyapok'
(3 left)

£60.00

Dyeing poison dart frog
c/b 2015 large juveniles 30mm
Another large, yellow/orange morph from French Guyana. This is possibly a female but not 100% certain.

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Dendrobates tinctorius Pic Matecho
(1 available)

£70.00

Dyeing poison dart frog
c/b 2015, large juveniles 25mm+
Super, distinct morph possessing eith powder blue or pale grey legs. These are very healthy specimens taking fruit flies, small crickets and aphids.

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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Powder Blue/Grey Legged'
(
2 left - possible pair)

£130.00 /pair

Dyeing poison dart frog
c/b 2015, juveniles 25mm +
Impressive large morph with prodigious appetite (for smaller insects). Grows to around 40mm. Superb specimens - very active and plump and feeding well. These are unrelated but cannot be sexed. Around 3 - 6 months old.

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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Sipaliwini Blue'
(4 available)

£50.00

Blue-bellied poison frog
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2015, sub-adults 18 - 20mm
Stunning little species from San Martín, Peru (altitude 700m). Attains around 25mm and has a lovely bird-like call

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Hyloxalus (Cryptophyllobates) azureiventris
(4 available)

£90.00 /2

Strawberry poison dart frog
UK-produced & Dartfrog-produced 201
5 sub-adult/adults 18mm+
Fantastic bold and noisy species with numerous colour and geographic morphs. This morphs occurs on the large island of Bastimentos and is one of the larger morphs that is best kept in pairs or small groups in a medium sized arboreal vivarium.

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Oophaga pumilio
'Red Frog Beach
(2 left)

£150.00

Strawberry poison dart frog
c/b 2015 sub-adult/adults 18mm+
Fantastic bold species with numerous colour and geographic morphs. This gorgeous green/yellow with black spot
morph occurs on the largest island in the Bocas Del Toror, Panama. Some of the specimens have orange legs.

Oophaga pumilio
'Isla Colon'
(1 pair reserved)

£300.00 /pair

Strawberry poison dart frog
c/f 2015 Adults 18mm+
Fantastic bold species with numerous colour and geographic morphs.
We have obtained a small number of this stunning morph that hails from mainland Panama. It is similar to (patterning-wise) and in close proximity to the Guaramo morph.

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Oophaga pumilio
'Rio Branca'
(1 pairs left
)

SOLD

Strawberry poison dart frog
c/f 2015 Adults 15mm+
A small morph from the island of Bastimentos (Panama) which has quite heavily granulated skin on the dorsum.


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Oophaga pumilio
'Salt Creek'
(1 pair reserved)

£300.00 /pair

Diablito poison dart frog
WIKIRI Import 2014 Adult sexed pair 30mm+
A medium-sized Oophaga from the forests of Alto Tamba in northern Ecuador. These are a healthy pair of adults that have produced viable spawn since we acquired them. The picture left is the female
.

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of female and male

Oophaga sylvatica
'Paru'
(1 pair available)

£650.00 /pair

Colombian poison dart frog
c/b 2016, 20mm juveniles
One of the larger dart frogs with an appetite to match. Adults are a stunning iridescent lime-green colour. Quite easy to keep in captivity.

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Phyllobates terriblis 'mint'
(3 left
)
£75.00 or £210.00 /3

Colombian poison dart frog
c/b 2016 juveniles 20mm
One of the larger dart frogs with an appetite to match. Adults are a stunning bright yellow colour. Quite easy to keep in captivity as they can devour larger food items such as 2/3rd instar crickets, waxmoths, freshly sloughed mealworms, house spiders etc. These are around 3 months old and starting to develop the orange coloration.

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Phyllobates terriblis 'orange'
(3 available
)

£70.00

Colombian poison dart frog
c/b 2015, large juveniles 30mm+
One of the larger dart frogs with an appetite to match. Adults are a stunning bright yellow colour. Quite easy to keep in captivity as they can devour larger food items such as 2/3rd instar crickets, waxmoths, freshly sloughed mealworms, house spiders etc. These are around 6 months old.

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Phyllobates terriblis 'yellow'
(3 available)

£75.00

Arena Blanca poison dart frog
c/b 2015 sub-adult/adults 15mm+
Stunning morph of a small species only recently discovered. It is found near Iquitos, Peru where it is thought to mimic the more toxic Ranitomeya reticulata (Muellerian mimicry). Quite small but very plump species. Seems easy to breed but tadpoles can sometimes be problematic.

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Ranitomeya amazonica 'Arena Blanca'
(4 available)

£110.00

Amazonian poison dart frog
c/b 2015, near adult/adult 17mm+
Taking both Drosophila hydei & melanogaster as well as the usual diet of springtails, aphids and other tiny invertebrates. This morph of ventrimaculata is stunning type with deep orange stripes. Quite a bold morph.

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Ranitomeya amazonica
'Iquitos'
(2 left
)

SOLD

Benedict's poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2015 grown-on juveniles 13 - 14mm
Only described as recently as 2005 this stunning Peruvian species is part of the Ranitomeya fantastica group. Requires a tall vivarium with some elevated bromeliads and lots of leaf litter on the ground in between which it spends its day foraging for food.

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Ranitomeya benedicta
(4 available)

£65.00 or £125.00 /2

Lowland Pasco poison dart frog red/orange
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2015, near-adults 17mm+
Although very similar to the 'Panguana' morph these frogs have a totally different dispositions in that they are pretty bold and slightly larger. The stripes are orange to deep orange. Easy to keep and very attractive. These juveniles are from 2 unrelated parent groups.

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Ranitomeya (lamasi) sirensis ''Lowland red/orange'
(more available in 2 - 3 weeks)

SOLD

Summers' poison dart frog
UK c/b 2016 near-adults 17mm+
Stunning species allied to Ranitomeya fantastica. Occurs in the heavily deforested regions around the towns of Sauce and Chazuta where it lives is relatively dry habitat with a deep leaf litter layer.

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Ranitomeya summersi
(1 pair reserved
)

SOLD

 


     
Other Frogs & Toads & Caecilians
Species (Vernacular) & Description
Scientific Name Price Guide (Each)
Lemur leaf frog
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2016 juveniles 15mm+
Gorgeous tropical lowland species from Central America (Costa Rica down to Colombia). Also called Hylomantis lemur.

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Agalychnis lemur
(10+ reserved in 1 - 2 weeks)

SOLD

Brongesma's toad
c/b 201
5 sub-adults 20mm
Small, relatively hardy species occurring in western, southern and eastern Morocco, northern Western Sahara and north-western Algeria, from sea level to 1,600m. Breeds in temporary ponds. These are healthy sub-adults taking small crickets, fruit fly and aphids.


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Barbarophryne brongersmai
(4 left)
£12.50

European fire-bellied toad
c/b 201
5 juveniles 15 - 20mm
Hardy, slow-growing but ultimately long-lived European species which is becoming increasingly difficult to find in captivity. These are from multiple bloodlines from a German breeder but are unsexed.


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Bombina bombina
(1 left)
£17.50

Oriental fire-bellied toad (Korean green form)
UK produced c/b 2015 adults 35mm 5 - 25mm+
An attractive, easy-to-keep species requiring a semi-aquatic setup with lots of pond weed and a small basking area. These are plump healthy toads taking up to 3rd instar crickets, chopped worm and waxworm. The captive bred specimens are nearly adult and recently arrived with us from a private keeper.

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Bombina orientalis
(2 left)
£12.50

Appenine yellow bellied toad
UK-produced c/b 2016 juveniles 15 - 20mm
We are pleased to offer this rare species which hails from central and southern Italy. It tends to have a smoother dorsum than Bombina variegata and the belly is yellow with blue tinges. Care is identical to Bombina variegata although this species can tolerate warmer conditions.

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Bombina pachypus
(18 left)

£25.00 or £90.00 /4

European green tree frog
c/b 2016 grown on juveniles 15 - 20mm
A hardy tree frog that makes a great vivarium or greenhouse subject.
Males possess a loud raucous call. Feeding on fruit flies and small crickets.

Hyla arborea arborea
(10 available)

£12.50

European green tree frog
c/b 2016 large juveniles/sub-adults 25 - 30mm
A hardy tree frog that makes a great vivarium or greenhouse subject.
Males possess a loud raucous call. Feeding on 2nd instar crickets, locust hoppers, curly winged flies and waxmoth larvae.

Hyla arborea arborea
(20 available)

£20.00
American green tree frog
Adults 35 - 40mm
A hardy tree frog that makes a great vivarium or greenhouse subject.
Males possess a loud melodius call. Feeding on 2nd/3rd instar crickets, waxmoths and curly-wing flies.

Hyla cinerea
(4 left)

£15.00
Golden Mantella
c/b 2016 sub-adults 18mm+
Stunning Madagascan species which is a fantastic, bold addition to any amphibian collection. Prefers cooler temperatures than most dartfrogs ideally in the 65 - 72°F range. We have a small number of froglets that are just turning orange and are taking springtails, pinhead crickets and melanogaster fruitflies. Some have just started to call!

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Mantella aurantiaca
(14 left)

£40.00

Climbing Mantella
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2015 juveniles 15 - 20mm+
A semi-arboreal species with totally different behaviour to other members of the genus. These breed in water-filled tree holes (such as bamboo) and as with species of the genus Ranitomeya often provide unfertile food eggs for the tadpoles. Needs an arboreal vivarium with relatively sparse vegetation and lots of leaves. Require warm, humid surrounds. Care sheet provided.
Mantella laevigata
(2 available)

£40.00 or £70.00 /2

Edible frog
UK-produced c/b 2016 large juveniles 25 - 30mm
Excellent outdoor species (especially suited to the greenhouse) or for a large indoor set up, these raucous, voracious frogs are extremely popular vivarium subjects.

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Pelophylax cf. esculentus
(4 left)

£10.00

Marsh frog
UK-produced c/b 2014/15 adults 60 - 90mm
Excellent outdoor species (especially suited to the greenhouse) or for a large indoor set up, these raucous, voracious frogs are very easy to keep in captivity. These originate from specimens collected near Romney Marsh, Kent.

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Pelophylax ridibundus
(4 left)

£15.00

Pacific tree frog
UK-produced c/b 2016 juveniles 10 -15mm
Lovely little arboreal species from the chorus/cricket frog family distrubted along the west coast of North America from B.C. in Canada to Baja California in Mexico. These are captive bred specimens from Germany and are a lovely orange-red colour. Superb vivarium species with a suprisingly loud call.


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Pseudacris regilla
(
10 left)

£15.00

European green toad
c/b 2015 large juveniles 25mm+
Gorgeous, sought-after species, these hail from eastern Europe and are near adults/adults. Feeding on large crickets, mealworm, wax worm, wax moths and small locust hoppers.

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Pseudepidalea viridis
(
8 left)

£25.00 or £45/00 /2

African bullfrog
c/b 2015 juveniles 45 - 55mm
Huge species with males capable of attaining 25cm. These are genuine large juveniles around 4 months old imported from a breeding farm in South Africa. Avidly feeding on anything that will fit into their mouths.

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Pyxicephalus adspersus
(
3 left)

£80.00

 

 

     
Caudata (newts & salamanders) & Caecilians (Gymnophiona)
Species (Vernacular) & Description (size is snout - tail tip)
Scientific Name Price Guide
Barred Tiger salamander
Captive-raised (from wild-caught larvae) near-adults 18cm+
Superb species with prodigious appetite (basically lunges at anything that moves). Grows to around 20 - 24cm.

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Ambystoma mavortium
(4 available)

£39.99

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Mole salamander
Juveniles 60mm+
A small, stocky species hailing from Central and Eastern USA where it inhabits the moist leaf litter of woodlands and forests. Eggs are laid in spring in shallow ponds following storms. Easy to keep and preys on most invertebrates but especially worms.
Rarely available in the UK and this will increasingly become so following the ban on export of US salamanders across state lines..

Ambystoma talpoideum
(3 left)

£75.00

California climbing salamander
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2015 juveniles 4cm
Impressive tree-dwelling species from California. Males in particular develop large mandible muscles and will not hesitate to attack and bite when provoked. Excellent species for captivitry requiring an arboreal vivarium with a large oak or other deciduous log in which to hide and lay its eggs. Feeding on crickets, waxworm, spiders and similar. Juveniles take 2 - 3 years to reach maturity. We will provide a care sheet when purchased. We have offspring available from two unrelated pairs so can offer unrelated specimens. Care sheet provided.

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Aneides lugubris
(8 left)

£40.00

Dunn's hynobiid salamanders
UK-produced c/b 2015 juveniles 50mm+
Rarely available genus in the UK this is one of the rarer pond-dweller species in Japan but is relatively easy to breed in captivity. Currently taking small worms and crickets. Keep cool.


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Hynobius dunni
(5 left)

£30.00

Chinese fire-bellied newt
UK-produced c/b 2015 large juveniles 40mm - near adults 70mm+
Genuine captive bred specimens of this very popular newt. These are fully aquatic requiring a well-planted aquarium with cool, clean water. Taking live bloodworm, tubifex and small chopped worms.


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Hypselotriton orientalis
(18 left)

£7.50 or £27.00 /4
Lake Urmia newt
c/b 2015 juveniles 55mm+
Stunning species from south-east Turkey (Hakkari), and north east Iraq and western Iran. These specimens are F1 from adults hailing from Aqra and possess the large cream/yellow spots and attain a very good size (in excess of 15cm). Rarely available in the UK.

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Neurergus crocatus
(4 available)

£50.00

Anatolian mountain newt
c/b 2015 juveniles 40mm
Stunning species from central-eastern Turkey. The original adults of these specimens occur in the Lake Van vicinity and possess larger spots than those from the western part of the range. Rarely available. We cannot currently sex these specimens.

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Neurergus strauchii strauchii
(2 left)

£35.00

Anatolian mountain newt
c/b 2014 large juveniles 65 - 70mm
Stunning species from central-eastern Turkey. The original adults of these specimens occur in the Lake Van vicinity and possess larger spots than those from the western part of the range. Rarely available. We have a small number of large juveniles originating from a successful breeding in Germany. We cannot currently sex these specimens.

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Neurergus strauchii strauchii
(2 left)

£50.00

Moroccan fire salamander
UK-produced c/b 2015 juveniles 45mm+
Rarely available morph from Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains, Morocco. This subspecies produces larvae and is very streamlined in appearance. Taking 1st/2nd instar crickets, small waxworm, worms and other invertebrates.

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Salamandra algira splendens
(3 left)
£65.00
Moroccan fire salamander
UK-produced c/b 2015 juveniles 45mm+
A very streamlined salamander which often quick, lizard like movements which enables it to track down crickets and other small insects. These are the ovoviviparous form giving birth to larvae.

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Salamandra algira tingitana 'Beni Arouss'
(6 available)

£40.00

Moroccan fire salamander
UK-produced c/b 2015 juveniles 40mm+
A very streamlined salamander which often quick, lizard like movements which enables it to track down crickets and other small insects. These are the viviparous form giving birth to fully-formed young.

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Salamandra algira tingitana 'Taghramet'
(8 left)

£40.00

Lebanon fire salamander
c/b 2015 grown-on juveniles 60mm
This is a very large form occuring is southern Turkey south to Lebanon. Adults can grow to be over 300mm. These were captive bred in Germany.

Salamandra infraimmaculata infraimmaculata
(2 left)
£250.00 /2

Pyrenean fire salamander
Adults 15cm+
Stunning high-yellow subspecies found around the Pyrenean mountain range. These particular specimens are from near the Lourdes area of southwest France. Only a few available.

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Salamandra salamandra fastuosa
(2 groups of 1,2 left and 4 surplus males)

£100.00 /group or males £30.00 each

Lined fire salamander
LTC adults 120mm+
The typical morph with yellow lines (and thus thinner black lines). These are a group of adults from a hobbyist who has recently streamlined his collection and can be sexed.

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Salamandra salamandra terrestris
(8 left)

£25.00

Pygmy Marbled newt
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2013 adults 80mm+
We have an excess of these in one of our greenhouses and these are of sub-adult/adult size and are currently aquatic.

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Triturus pygmaeus
(3,1 group reserved)

£125.00 /4

 

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