How to Tell the Sex of Albino Clawed Frogs
- 1). Examine the body. Females are rounder and more pear-shaped, and, at 3 inches to 6 inches in length, almost twice the size of the males.
- 2). Listen to the frog during mating season. The male makes a whirring noise while the female makes a series of clicks.
- 3). Look at the forearm; the males have dark stripes running down the underside. Examine the forearms and front toes during mating season, when they develop black pads in these areas.
- 4). Look at the anal vent. A female's vent is much larger than a male. Females also have a small tail-like stub in this area that they use to lay eggs.