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Hello every body,
Want to ask, generally do them are bold?
I have pair , suppose to be pair , sold as its.
But I not often see both,see male more often. But when I see him and he see him he so still, not moves a lot.
What about yours?
Please see attached photos :


Does its look like female?
 

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In general, the more cryptically colored pumilio morphs are less bold than their bright counterparts. With that said, the species as a whole is relatively bold.
 

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So maybe mine are not settle down yet. I am not long in this amazing hobby, keep frogs 7 months now, this pumilios I have since April, so its just 2 months :) .
 

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They look great. Give them time. sometimes takes a while for frogs to settle in. my cayo are one of my favorites. Good choice. also a pair will be more bold then 2 males or 2 females.
 

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It can be that seller lied to me and I have two males, as I asked guys on facebook why when male calling other frog is running away?
 

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Were they sold as a proven pair or a sexed pair? These frogs are very hard to sex. Right Tricolor, lol. When I had two that I was trying to sex, using a known male, both of the unkowns ran away and they also both followed the male. Turns out one was male and one female. Can be hard to tell.
 

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I have A trio of CDA's and they are really bold. My male is always out checking stuff out. I have two unknowns in the tank as well. They all seem to be getting along and are active. Before i added the two new adults my single CDA was pretty shy.
 
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