Absolutely obese is what I thought when I saw the second frog as well. Stole the words right out of my mouth.Ive never kept tincs, and the camera angle might be at fault, but that second frog looks absolutely obese! First one could use some slimfast also. And the last just looks healthy to me.
GO are tough to sex sometimes in my experience. I would look or take pic head on and a female with ova in her will typically have what looks like cleavage on her underside, due to being ripe with ova so to speak. I also will take a tinc I do not know the sex of and place in with a known female. If your unknown is female it should be attacked by the known female, and courted if it is a male, BillBill,
Frog #2 is a GO. Looks female physique-wise but its got some pretty big pads.
It is usually very pronounced on females that are mature in all the tincs, azurus, and somewhat present om auratus.As far as Yellowbacks go I have seen them with white to bright yellow, they are variable.do only females have that pronounced cleavage on their bellies? if so, what species? (i have tincs (citronellas and azureus) + auratus)
Mr Wick, thank you for those kind words! You should maybe think about posting pics of your frog room over here when your done with it. I will catch you on the flip side!Bill....your source of frog knowledge always amazes me. If I come away with only a quarter of what you share I should be doing pretty good in this hobby. Thanks buddy.