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hi all,
i have a few azureus tadpoles that just morph out to little froglet.i notice couple of them have a light yellowish green color on the head area.will they turn back to blue color when they get older.does anybody have a experience like that like to share your thought with us.thanks.
 

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fishy,

Can you post a picture of the froglets?

Where did you get them? Did you breed the parents yourself?

It sounds like they might be a hybrid with another tinc morph.

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Yup. That's perfectly normal, the yellowish/greenish head will eventually turn to blue as the frog ages. It usually disappears in a week or so. I think this is a primitive remnant of the yellow we see on most tinctorius species, since they are so closely related. Hope this helps!
 
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Randy,
From what I understand, azureus are genetically the same as tinctorious; however they are stilled referred to as azureus due to the fact that they are widely known that way. I cant remember where I read this, but i do remember reading it.
 

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the tadpoles are from a friend pair of azureus that he got from patrick nabor.so they are not hybrid.and also he had them in their own tank.
 
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