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I recently picked up 2 adult bicolor that were believed to be females. I read here that the females can call, but Im wondering if there is a difference between the males and females call, and how to tell them apart. I keep hearing calling from their vivarium. "He/she' almost sounds like my leucomelas. Just a little bit lower pitch and the call only lasts about 3 seconds where my leucs call for like 10 seconds at a time.

Someone give me some input please!

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Frank
 

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I thought my bigger Azureus may be a female until i heard "her" calling. Could be a case of wrong sexing.
 

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Im hoping its that case.. But Id like to hear from someone who has a female that calls.. Id like to know if it sounds like the male. I have heard calls from bicolor on the internet and mine sounds just like them.
 

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Julio, would you say that a male bicolor would call as loud as a leucomela? My leucs call much louder than my bicolor.. Im just trying to get a better idea of weather or not I have a male or not.
 
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