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As it says, if not, my 1:1 is 2:0. Bugger!

Just moved them into a bigger viv, move the female in 1st- and instantly started a call i've never heard before. Was very short blips / chirps.

 

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Usually before a male calls full on it will chirp a bit, I would have left the female in the tank alone for a couple of weeks to see if that happens. I have seen females make what look like should be vocal movements with the throat area but never heard noise from them. They could still be a pair but I would keep them seperate for a little while, at the very least seperation will spur breeding activity when they are introduced again.
 

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who cares what sounds they make, are they making froglets is the question?
These frogs are definitely not producing offspring yet and the OP's concerern over what "sounds" if any a female is capable of is in hopes that he in fact has a male and a female, as opposed to 2 males.

Beautiful frogs by the way, I sure hope you just have a loud mouthed lady...good luck with them.
 
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