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Here are pictures of 2 of my 3 Oyapocks. They are approximately 14 months oow. These were purchased as a probable pair (2 of one sex and one of the other; not saying what the ratio was so as not to influence your answers). I am pretty sure on the sex of the 3rd one (hence no pictures). But, these two have some mixed indications to me. So what do you say?

I know the images are poor, but all I have right now is my blackberry.

There are 3 pictures of each. The first 3 are of one Oyapock and the second set of 3 are of the other.

Frog Poison dart frog Amphibian Phyllobates Toad


Frog Cobalt blue Poison dart frog Blue Amphibian


Blue Cobalt blue Organism Poison dart frog Electric blue


Frog Poison dart frog Amphibian Toad Organism


Poison dart frog Frog Amphibian Cobalt blue Organism


Poison dart frog Frog Amphibian Terrestrial animal Phyllobates
 

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I am aware of the signs for sexing them. The problem I am having is there are mixed signals. The first one has larger toe pads, but has the more angle shaped back. The bottom one has smaller toe pads, but does not have the angled back. Hence body shapes are leaning one way but toe pads seem to indicate the other. So I thought I would ask some pros out there what they thought.
 
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