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Old 04-26-2019, 12:10 PM
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I have a pair of male Salt Creeks that are right at a year old. One...a slightly larger one has been calling for several months. I cant believe how loud those tiny things are. <3 Then this past weekend the smaller one found his voice. Since he started calling, he has not stopped. Since he has started calling though, the larger frog has stopped calling....and several times over the past few days I've seen what looks like the smaller one chasing off the bigger frog.

Will a pair of males get aggressive with each other?

It's so crazy how quickly they have changed. In a weeks time the little one has gone from being the frog I hardly ever saw..to calling literally 24/7. His big buddy called every day and stayed out front and on top....and now I hardly see him. He is still a butterball though.

I feel like a worried hen.
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Old 04-26-2019, 12:44 PM
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yes, male pumilio are very aggressive. I would separate them.
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