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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Azureus' transporting
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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Azureus' transporting tadpoles

   

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Here are some of my azureus.  No eggs and no calling I kind of think I might have three males.

The tank is kind of dark so pictures are tough, but I've gotten some good ones recently
               
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Two seem to have a pretty pronounced back arch. Hard to tell. First pick looks like a female rubbing a male. Do you see any aggression or wrestling? Start up a thread on your animals and see if you can get some profile shots - generally body profile and mass is a better indicator than toe pads for sexing Azureus IME.

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