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Sexing Mystery
#1

Most of my frogs(green and bronze auratus) look to be female, I cannot see any huge difference in the size of the front and back toes, but this morning when I was feeding them, I heard a low, grunting kind of buzz coming from one of my auratus.

All three came out of the water on December 5th.

Do you think one could be a male, but he isn't old enough to show porportionately larger toes yet?

Thanks

Jen
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#2

Some auratus are kind of hard to sex (harder than tincs, for instance).
My turquoize and bronze breeders don't look too much different from one another, but a call is a dead giveaway.

Brian T. Sexton
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#3

*whew* Thanks. I knew that if I heard a call from one of them, it had to be male, but wasn't sure if what I heard was, in reality, a call. Thanks for the reassurance!
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