Ranitomeya and Oophaga
True, but by the time this is obvious (to me, anyway) the males will be calling, and the females laying.Forgot to mention, one of three frog’s heads and overall girth is noticeably larger / wider which I read can be the primary female indicator for Ranitomeya.
Ah, that's actually the same dimensions of my own tank! Personally, thumbnails have always been my favorite appearance-wise, I'm excited to get started with them next summer!Hello Jik, I have a trio in an 18x18x24. They have been awesome thus far. Somewhat reclusive typical of ranitomeya (not that I am an expert, this is only me second Ranitomeya). But they are slowly but surely becoming more bold and spending more time revealing themselves. For me, their strikingly bold coloration and pattern more then makes up for their somewhat reclusive and skittish nature relative to other genus. Amazonica appear beautiful and they are on my list for next habitat.