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Apologies for the horrendous photo quality. Apparently my camera does not like to focus and my frog does not like to be photographed.

The frog is relatively young so it might end up being impossible to determine, but its worth a shot.











 

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Two votes for female.


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How old is it? Looks female, but I've had a male look like that till about 8-9 months, then start to develop obviously male characteristics.

Here's a pretty good article on sexing tincs:

Josh’s Frogs How-To Guides » Blog Archive » How to Visually Sex Dart Frogs
I think is is actually around that age. Thanks for the link it is actually very useful. I tried using that visual dart sexing tool, but I got myself all confused because I convinced myself to see what I wanted to see lol. I convinced myself it was male and then female and then male and then I just didn't know.
 

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The toepads point to female, but the back points to male. The well defined female back arch seems to develop later in life than toepads, so I'd lean towards female for now.
 
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