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is it true? Azureus mainly females?
#1

i thought i read somewhere that Azureus frogs have more female babies than male babies, and of course the males are higher in demand b/c they don't fight and can go with females or males. is it true about the babies being more females than males, or does it just seem that way?

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#2

I have not noticed this in my limited experience. Here's a breakdown of my adult tinctorius that I raised from unsexed groups:

1.1 azureus
2.1 true sips
2.2 bakhuis
1.3 lorenzo
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6.7 total

My robertus were WC sexed adults, so I didn't count those.

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#3

ok, then maybe it just seems like there are fewer males available.

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#4

Not true whatsoever

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