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Old 07-17-2008, 07:56 AM
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I have 3 Ranitomeya uakarii in my vertical vivarium.



I think that all 3 are femeles, because I never heard any voice in vivarium. I read that Ranitomeya uakarii males are not very loud.

It is quite often that one frog sit on the other, but I do not know is this fighting or mating. What do you think ?
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Old 07-17-2008, 11:03 AM
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It could be fighting or mating, but it could also be nothing. If they are all females it's probably fighting though.
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If they all look like the photo then I would guess all girls as well. We have the UE stock and the males are smaller than the females (like most of the fant group). I have heard a male calling when I opened a tank lid while feeding and he was very quiet. Not enough volume to be heard with the tank closed. And yes the girls wrestle on occasion. Robert
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In the first post is the photo of my R. uakarii. This one on the photo is the thinner that other two.
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sweet looking frogs!! i am hoping to get some soon.
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One more picture of my frogs


This one is very fat.
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stunning frog!!
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I add one more frog to the group. Now I have 4.



I am satisfied with this photo. Colours are very close to real.
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What a beautiful frog! Very nice looking and great photos.
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Hi, now that one looks like a male. Our first UE tadpoles have legs and are just getting color. Good luck, Robert
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The last picture is new forg in my vivarium and it is smaller then others. I believe that is younger.
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That are some seriously beautiful frogs you have there.
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