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I would say you have a pair there. The one with very narrow teopads would be the female and the one with the larger toepads the male (though I have also seen female cobalts with pretty large toepads).

Lots of misting and dusted food will help bring them around.

Good luck, Richard.
 

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Thanks for the quick repsonse. I guess its just me being impatient. They are on my desk at work so I watch them interact all day long. They seem like they are courting but I haven't done this before so they could just be good friends. :) The thing is the one with the larger toe pads is the larger of the two. I always thought the girls would be larger.
 

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I agree with Richard, looks to be a pair. Tincs have very quiet calls, so they could be calling and you not even know! Some female cobalts can have large toepads (like mine) but I would still guess male. Just do like Richard said, he knows what he is doing. Give them some heavy misting, and feed them like crazy! My frogs are always calling after a nice mist and lunch :).
 
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