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Good news. Flash, who I suspected was a male all along, made this cute little chirping sound this morning. :oops: aww. He's only the size of an adult reticulatus. He's grown a little bit after the two months I had him. However, I don't know if he's really breeding age or still growing.

They are still in quarantine. I haven't moved them yet. Any ideas about how old they would be? I know plenty of frogs will make some vocalization before they are fully mature. I don't know if he will get bigger or not. Penny, who I really think is a nearly adult female, is about an inch or a little more and getting quite round. She eats great. The other one is youngest and shy, and have no idea if its a boy or girl, but I mostly suspect it's a little female. Not sure though.

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Last week I receive 3 new mantella viridis....


They look real good and they are eating well... One of them is more bigger and Have a look more yellow... This is a sub species of viridis....

I think I have one male and two female..

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