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So I have been in the hobby for about 1 year now and I have a trio of "Alanis" tincs which I think I have sexed correctly, but I am hoping for someone to help with their expertise. I have not heard any calling or seen eggs.

I believe frog A is one of the males due to size of toe pad and frog B is a female. The third frog is very similar in body shape and toe pad size to frog A. Anyone want to confirm or object?

Thanks a lot!
Frog A #1.jpg

Frog A #2.jpg

Frog B #1.jpg
 

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Here is the second photo of "frog B".

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Need a better pic of c cant make it out . A 98% pos that's a male
 

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Based on the toepads, I would say you have a 2.1 or 1.2 group there.

Good luck with them, Richard
 

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Thanks a lot guys!

... and just to clarify, the top two are "frog A" and the bottom two are "frog B". But I am now fairly sure I am looking at 1.2 or 2.1 like woodsman said.
 
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