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I have a male finespot leuc. He is a couple years old. I found him a female this past weekend. She is proven, and is about 5 years old. When I purchased her I was informed that she has not layed for a couple years because she was not housed with another male. It got me to start thinking... I know our frogs have a pretty decent life span in captivity, but how much of that is actually producing offspring? Is there a point where they go "sterile?" forgive me if I'm using improper terminology. Just thought it was a curious question.