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Here is the frog. Looking at it now it doesn’t seem to be too fat but for a minute I thought it might be so I thought I would drop a photo here just to be safe. In an earlier thread about sexing these I think I said it was about 6 months but I got them in April so probably closer to 9 months. Also I’m fairly certain this is a female.
Very active, eats as much as it can.
 

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Looks like a Solid Hot Dime with a belly full of flies and lookin for more.
 

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It does appear to be a female and her weight is good.
 

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I would also guess female ( though it's still young to say 100% for sure)

Your azureus looks normal for it's age. not fat, not skinny. When Tinctorius are ready to breed, felayles will get bigger and more round.
 

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I would venture to say that it really isnt possible for a microphageous frog to become obese in subadulthood.
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Thank you for sharing a stunningly healthy ingenue.
 

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I would also guess female ( though it's still young to say 100% for sure)

Your azureus looks normal for it's age. not fat, not skinny. When Tinctorius are ready to breed, felayles will get bigger and more round.
What are felayles? This is a rare occasion where search engines totally failed me.
 

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What are felayles? This is a rare occasion where search engines totally failed me.
If you're serious and not joking, it's females misspelled.
 
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