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Old 04-01-2009, 09:52 PM
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Default Cayo Nancy Pumilio- Shy or Bold?

I have a couple tanks just waiting to be turned into vivs. In the X large exo terra will eventually go a few leucs. I just acquired 3 terribilis and am now spoiled because they are very bold and are out all the time (well, 2 out of 3 frogs are anyway.) It's so fun to watch them. That leaves me a 30 gallon long tank to put something in. I love the cayo Nancy pumilio, but my first frog was (is) an auratus who is NEVER out, and I don't want to own a frog that I hardly ever see. I would love to get some feedback/advice from people who own the Cayo Nancy Pumilio. Or maybe I should get a couple azureus (I hear they're bold.)
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:34 PM
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Default Re: Cayo Nancy Pumilio- Shy or Bold?

My Nancy's are not what one would call extremely bold. They are very hard to miss though. They dont seem to mind you watching over them on their own time. But they do take cover when your hand goes in. In all I would say a boldness of lets say 7 out of 10. On a side note I would suggest working your way up to the more expensive and difficult pums. Intermedius are a good starter. And azureus are very bold 9 outta 10.
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Old 04-01-2009, 11:23 PM
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My female nancy is a little on the shy side . She dosen't automaticly duck for cover though . But my male is hands down the Boldest frog I have . He dosen't care about anything , open the door while he's calling , shake the plant he's on , whatever . He will just stare you down .
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i have 3 females. all very shy
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My female nancy is a little on the shy side . She dosen't automaticly duck for cover though . But my male is hands down the Boldest frog I have . He dosen't care about anything , open the door while he's calling , shake the plant he's on , whatever . He will just stare you down .

My Cayo male is the same, He just stares at me like "what are you looking at", The female is on the shy side as well.
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I have a pair breeding in a 50g and they are out all the time. These are just as bold as any tinc I have ever had. I just bought a FR that is very shy, but it is in a smaller QT at the moment.
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