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Old 10-25-2010, 10:36 PM
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Default Dart pair's odd behavior

So my tarapoto pair that I have had since June of this year, have been acting odd for the past few weeks. They aren't as out going as they once were and the male doesn't call anymore. Now I may just be missing these things since Ive been back in school but the male used to call pretty often. Does anyone know what could be wrong or am I just a worried first time parent?
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Stopping calls is pretty common...seasonal as well as 3-4 other factors.

That, in and of itself, is no reason to be concerned.
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But on top of that I haven't seen one in a few days and the one I do see is getting skinny
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But on top of that I haven't seen one in a few days and the one I do see is getting skinny
Well....then you do have problems.

Find the frog and make sure you are feeding and dusting adequately.
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