Here are some pics of my costa rican auratus group (3 females and 2 males).
love auratus groups, awesome frogs. Glad to hear your frogs are bolder now than before. I had a pair and introduced 3 more as you did and they seem to have confidence in numbers
My three females fought with each other for the first few days of introduction, but now they barely go at it. My used to wrestle alot but that seems to have slowed down quite a bit also. I have my first set of viable eggs that are close to hatching from this group. That was my experience with this group of frogs. Yours may differ, but I would keep a close eye and if any frogs seem to be in distress you may need to seperate. How old and large are the females and males.This morning I heard my first calling and hours later sat patiently and caught two of my supposed females fighting! I've never seen this before and I feel like I'd have noticed. Theyre both equal size and well fed. Should I be concerned or is this a sign of maturity and breeding activity? They have been housed together for many months and have always been fine right next to eachother