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I agree with most that the first is male. In addition to toe pad sexual dimorphism, oyapoks also show differences in the amount of white coloration on their feet and body. Males tend to have a bit more white than females.

I am unsure on the second frog. I am leaning more towards female; however, I am not certain.
i almost said something about this, but i didnt want to give away any trade secrets ;)

male oyapocks IME are noticeably more white than females. while its not a science its worked pretty well for me.

james
 
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