The Painted Mantella, Mantella baroni, is a species of Mantella native to northeastern Madagascar. It is a highly toxic species, is brightly coloured and is an average-sized Mantella. It is considered to be the sister taxon of M. pulchra. It is occasionally kept as a pet by herpetoculturists. 1 Poison 2 Description 3 Behaviour 4 Reproduction 5 In Captivity The painted Mantella secretes allopumiliotoxin 267A, which is one of the most toxic compounds in the Mantellidae family. At any one time…
alice44: A harlequin frog (Atelopus flavescens)...
alice44: “ A harlequin frog (Atelopus flavescens) displays its bright warning colours in the rainforests of French Guiana. ”
A Costa Rican red-eyed tree frog - in pictures
Agalychnis callidryas, also knows as a red-eyed frog, is native to the Neotropical rain forests of Central America and can jump up to a metre and a half in length. The pictures were captured by Columbian-born photographer Nicolas Reusens in Costa Rica.
poison arrow frog Peru rain forest Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Dirk Ercken
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Excidobates (Dendrobates) mysteriosus (captive), Maranon poison frog, IUCN Redlist: Endangered
Photographed central Peru. This Frog was part of an in situ breeding group and is an adult from the type locality. Historically theorized to be an ancestral O. histrionicus / sylvaticus.