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My Azureus have always been very visible in their tank, but lately only the male comes out. All of the others (I believe they are females) are hanging out in a pile of rocks that form a series of caves. It is only in the last month that this has happened.

They are breeding age now and have been together since froglets. They are housed in a 40 gallon heavily planted tank. Is it possible that the females may be trying to lay eggs in the rocks and breeding?

I dug around in the rocks to make sure they were alive, but did not want to distub them too much. The smaller male is still out and about during the day. I have two coconut huts with petri dishes and placed another petri dish under the rock formation just in case.
 

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Check the humidity. Don't just assume it is high enough. Check it with a hygrometer and go from there. I've found low humidity to be the number one reason why otherwise bold frogs start holing up.
 
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