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Hello Jeremy,

I only use tadpoles, froglets, subadults, and adults.
I am guessing that a juvenile would be considered between 6 weeks to 6 months depending on the species. The tinc group doesn't mature until 8 months and imitator only take about 3. At lest this is when the males will start calling.
 
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personally, I use the term juvenile for any frog that isn't mature. From the day they come out of the water to the day they are sexable, I refer to them as juveniles.

-Bill J.
 
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