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 Chorus frog and young cricket frog sexing help!

So I have my chorus frog, and some new baby cricket frogs thanks to pepper and spice getting busy, if you know what I mean. I was wondering how I would know the gender of the cricket frogs, as they have just morphed into froglets a few weeks ago. The tails are gone. I know that when they are bigger, males throats are yellow and females are white, but is it the same with froglets? And the chorus frog, I also would like to know the gender there. I’m assuming it’s a female, because she doesn’t croak, but maybe just a shy male. Btw it’s throat is white, if that helps. Please help!!!

07/05/15  04:24pm


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 Chorus frog and young cricket frog sexing help!

Not sure how to tell the sex of your chorus frog, but it sounds like it probably is a female... Recommend you get more chorus frogs of course if you hope to breed it. Baby froglets to my knowledge don’t show those characteristics until they reach breeding age (probably at about 1 year). Recommend you get a steady supply of very tiny insects to feed them such as fruit flies, pinhead crickets, or springtails.

07/07/15  07:39pm

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