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Posted 01-13-2009 at 07:56 AM by markbudde

Here's a recent video of some aggressive behavior between my male intermedus and his 1.5 month old kid. The male has a tadpole in the brom he starts on, and then jumps to a spot right above the juvi, chirping the whole time. They washing machine was running, so there is no audio. They are in a 55 gallon tank and I don't want to separate them. I guess I'll wait and see what happens.

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    As long as you can positively identify the juvenile from the adult - you're safe. But if it gets to the point where it might not be possible to do that - you'll need to move the juvenile then. That is assuming that you do not want the juvenile joining the breeding group.

    I'm curious why you're not wanting to pull the juvenile now?

    Nice looking frogs - great video.

    Posted 01-15-2009 at 05:59 PM by Scott Scott is offline
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    I'm not sure what you mean by "positivly identify". They have different patterns, so this will never be a problem. Or do you just mean, make sure they don't get to be the same size? I can only have 1 viv, which is why I haven't pulled him. Plus the tank has abundant, diverse microfauna which must be good for him. I plan on selling him once he matures.
    Thanks for the kind words,
    Posted 01-15-2009 at 06:05 PM by markbudde markbudde is offline
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    First I should spell it right. Positively. There...

    Some frogs have easily discernible patterns - some do not (Cayo de Agua!). I've made the mistake of leaving "juniors" in a tank too long and not being able to tell juniors from adults.

    Just sayin'.

    Posted 01-15-2009 at 07:04 PM by Scott Scott is offline
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