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I agree with Scott you should really have picked up a couple, especially with frogs like tricolors, because they get along well in groups. You might want to consider getting another

My tricolors were initially very shy, but as they got older and more color they got bolder and bolder. I had a discussion with another board member about this behavior and he has a great theory about it.

I have one male and 3 females ad the male is out all the time, but it is rare to see all the females out, even when he is calling.

Also, get used to moving slowly in front of the enclosures and just sitting
so they get used to you being there, eventually it will be out most of the time.

Also, remember to dust your fruit flies with paprika.

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Tricolors are a great frog, especially if you like frogs that call a lot. They are fairly loud, but the call is nice. The male starts calling and that sets off my male trivittatus, a couple of time they have call back and forth for most of the night. I would actually like to get another tricolor morph some day.

I got mine from Sean. He often has several morphs available, and he is great to work with.

Fish: Yes, The paprika is for color. You can also gutload crickets with sweet potatos or carrots, but since you only have the one...... pinheads can be pain to deal with and you usually have to buy at least 500 of them.

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