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pretty soon i plan on setting up a farley large viv (i forget the actual monuments) and i was thinking of getting a group of tincs, iv read many places that tincs, especially females can be quit aggressive if kept in groups, i was wondering what you guys and gals experience with this is? also whats a good sex ratio?
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ill post some pics of the tank when its done!
 

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i have a 1.2 Yellowback Tinc and I have never wittnessed any agression. I have been trying to figure out which one is or if both are laying eggs. the last 2 times they have laid eggs all 3 frogs have been in the hut. I guess its a kinky situation for them. LOL
 

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Josh,
If you have two females you may want to offer two laying sites, from others I talked to the females will generally keep to their own laying site if the viv is large enough. Just a suggestion. Other please correct me if I am wrong.
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I've kept multiple females together in a large well planted vivarium without any obvious aggression. I even got viable eggs from both females. Make sure there are many hiding places and lots of visual barriers. Also keep a "rescue" enclosure available if there is a lot of aggression to bail one of the frogs out of the situation. I have also noticed that females raised together seem to be less aggressive to each other than females that are introduced as adults.
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