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What sex is my frog?
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I have two D. tincs that are I am guessing around 6-7 months old. I got them 3 months ago and they were a little smaller then a dime. Anyways one of them seems to have fatter front feet pads then the other, it is obvious. Does this mean it is a male?

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Mike
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#2
I would say yes but I have just gotten in to PDFs so I am not shure.
That is the way I have read to tell but I think they need to be older to be shure!

Hope it helps.
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#3
Herper,

Thanks,

I am hoping they will be a breeding pair, they have been growing really fast.

Thanks for the input.

Mike
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#4
yea, its a male, usually the toepads on the front of the males, are much larger for grasping the females sides during mating, although its not like that for all species, like lucs, and galacs, but in the case of your tincs i believe the larger toepads show its a male.
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#5
dose this apply to auratus also


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DartFrog Wrote:I have two D. tincs that are I am guessing around 6-7 months old. I got them 3 months ago and they were a little smaller then a dime. Anyways one of them seems to have fatter front feet pads then the other, it is obvious. Does this mean it is a male?

Thanks

Mike

Mike do you know if those tincts you bought are related or not???


Xavier
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#7
I am not for sure, I got them from the same breeder so my guess is yes.
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#8
Steve



Yes, male Auratus have enlarged front toepads, which are significantly larger, but you cant be positive until the frog is a sub-adult in my opinion.
Hope this helps.


Rih
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