I totally get everyones points and respect tgem to the fullest....but how does a wild pum froglet grow up on his own and reprduce?
If I were to say that I have a good amount of froglets that i pulled at a month and some reached adulthood and some are currently at 6+ months, would that just be luck ?
If I may mention...some adult one having bred already....
You asked for observations and methods and that's what I posted. I did not say that it's not possible for them to breed if pulled early and raised separately. Many people,however, have reported that some captive bred pums do not breed as readily or as prolifically, than their wild caught counterparts. Perhaps my friend's observation can help explain that.
As far as "how does a wild pum froglet grow up on his own and reprduce?"
goes, 1) I didn't say it's not possible and 2) in the wild, young pums would observe breeding behaivior their entire lives. It would be everywhere, all around them. In captivity, if pulled early, they would never be exposed to any sort of breeding behavior.