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Nice photos. I would still say two males, as the females I have have much more narrow toepads. Others may have a different opinion, though.

Good luck with them, they are a great tinctorius morph! Richard.
 

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I just looked through this thread for the first time and I'd have to agree with two males, not just based on the toepads, but body shape as well.
 

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oyapocks tend to also show sexual dimorphism in the colors, as well as a vast difference in size.

once youve seen an adult male and female oyapock next to each other it becomes very clear that they are different.

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