Oophaga pumilio Rio Teribe
Dendrobates tinctorius Regina
Dendrobates tinctorius Brazilian Yellow Head
Phyllobates terribilis Orange Phase
Theloderma asperum From Burma, China, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Sumatra in Indonesia in tropical and sub-tropical forests. They live most of their lives in water filled cavities in trees. These are the smallest member of the genus Theloderma and have a soft pleasing call.
Theloderm corticale Vietnamese Mossy Frog A cryptic species with a sonorous short whistle like call from areas near high elevation streams in Northern Vietnam and possibly Southern China. Day temps in the mid 70s with night drops into the mid 60s are appropriate for this species. Males have reddish pink swollen nuptial (Thumb) pads and call while females are slightly larger and thicker. In recent years it has been speculated that cooler temperatures produce higher numbers of females.
Ceratobatrachus guntheri Solomon Island Leaf Frog A well camouflaged frog that lives in the leaf litter of tropical forests. Males are smaller at three inches and females are larger at four inches. These need more ventilation than Dart frogs. I cover about 70% of the screen lid and spray heavy every other day. Appropriate temps would be in the high 70s. Eggs will be buried in the substrate and after being fertilized should be removed to a incubation container with moistened calcined clay and will hatch in a month and a half. The great thing about this species in the frog actually fully develops in the egg and hatches out a fully formed froglet. WARNING IF YOU LIVE IN A APARTMENT DO NOT BUY THIS SPECIES. THEIR CALL IS AS LOUD AS A SMALL DOG.
Dart & Other Frogs
Dendrobates tinctorius Inferalanis
Phyllobates terribilis Yellow Phase
Dendrobates tinctorius Matecho
Phyllobates terribils Mint Phase
Oophaga pumilio Salt Creek
Ranitomeya imitator Varadero
Dendrobates tinctorius Green Sip
Dendrobates tinctorius Azureus
Ameerega trivittata Huallaga Canyon
Oophaga pumilio Cristobal