It is at this point in the thread that I will boldly step forward and say, “I knew they weren’t all males.”
Serious though, tincs are so hard to sex. When I see a known male side by side with a known female I always think, “well duh.” But otherwise I can never tell.
If tinc are in perfect health and the quality of the photo is good, they are not hard to sex at all. Tinctorius is probably the easiest amongst dart frogs to sex.
I never said I am sure these are all males. I said they LOOK like 4 males. This is based on the photo's that we're shown and I would give the same answer annytime.
So don't come with that 'some people think they know everything' bullshit. I only see people who spend their time and effort to help other people.. People that tend to be 'know it alls' are not helpfull at all, they rather waste their time on rediculing other people with good intensions..
Well, a female something. Are they frog eggs?Today I have found eggs in my Powder Blue's terrarium. That means I have female, wright ;P
Wait, what? Now males can reproduce parthenogenically, too?!?OR parthenogenesis ;-)
So I've heard -- but once this extreme social distancing business is over, I'm not sure I'm going venture back out there. Hiding in my reptile room is really starting to feel like a reasonable lifestyle choice.It's a brave new world out there, SM.