Most males will begin calling between 9-14 months. This is not an iron, set in stone thing though, and there are variables from species to species and individual to individual.not too hijack a thread but at what age do most start to call. if it is too wide of a spectrum what about mine (see sig)
nice my luecs are 3 months and tinks are 5 months so not much longer i cant wait. It will most likely scare the crap out of me trying to figure out what the noise is till i put it together.I've seen Leucs call as early as four months and Tincs as early as 9 months. The girls are never ready though!
When I was keeping Cobalt Tincs, The first call was at about 18 months, an oft, buzzing sound. I consider myself lucky, as a lot of Tinc owners do not get the pleasure of an audible call...i would say that 18 months is a pretty fair estimate for those frogs. ive yet to witness anything in dendrobates earlier than a year, and most really start up at about a year and a half.