Available Dart frogs

All froglets sold are at least 3-4 months out of the water and feeding on melanogaster fruit flies. Discounts on purchases of multiple frogs are available.


Phyllobates vittatus Golfodulcean Poison Arrow Frog

Froglets: $25/each  ONE LEFT!

Endemic to Costa Rica, this colorful frog has loud ringing call and is somewhat shy. If provided with enough cover and hiding places, they can become comfortable enough to be readily observed. A 10-20 gallon tank can house 1-2 adults, with 5-10 gallons for each additional frog.  They are largely terrestrial and prefer horizontal space over vertical space. Adults measure about 1-1.25″. For such a small frog they can handle surprisingly large prey, from melanogaster to hydeii fruit flies, all the way up to 1/4″ crickets! (We don’t recommend crickets as a staple, as uneaten crickets are prone to bite). High humidity is required (70-90%), and the ideal temperature to keep these frogs is in the low 70s (72-75 F) .


 Dendrobates auratus “highland bronze” Highland Bronze Poison Dart Frog

Froglets: $55/each  ONE LEFT!

Endemic to Panama, this species can be shy. The background color changes from black as a froglet to bronze as an adult. Pattern colors range from blue to turquois and green. A 10-20 gallon tank can house 1-2 adults, with 5-10 gallons for each additional frog. This species is mainly terrestrial and while they will do a bit of climbing, they prefer more horizontal space than vertical space. Adults measure about 1.25″-1.5″. They prefer smaller prey such as Drosophila melanogaster and hydei fruit flies. High humidity is required (70-90%), and the ideal temperature to keep these frogs is in the low 70s (72-75 F).


Dendrobates leucomellas Bumblebee Dart Frogs

Froglets $30/each

Found in several South American Countries, this species is quite popular. They are generally bold and socialiable. A 10-20 gallon tank can house 1-2 adults, with 5-10 gallons for each additional frog. This species is mainly terrestrial but are  happy to climb as well. They do well in groups. Adults measure about 1.25″-1.5″. They prefer smaller prey such as Drosophila melanogaster and hydei fruit flies. High humidity is required (70-90%), and the ideal temperature to keep these frogs is in the low to mid 70s (72-75 F).


Ranitomeya imitator “banded” Mimic Poison Dart Frog

 

Froglets $60/each CALLING MALES AVAILABLE

This thumbail frog is native to lowland Peru, and is a bold, active species with a light ringing call. A 10 gallon tank can house 1-2 adults, with 5-10 gallons for each additional frog. Even though they are small, they are very active and will utilize extra space, and also like to climb. They do well in small or large groups. Adults measure about 1″. They prefer smaller prey such as Drosophila melanogaster and springtails but will eat hydei as well. High humidity is required (70-90%), and the ideal temperature to keep these frogs is in the low to mid 70s (72-75 F).


Dendrobates tinctorius “powder blue/gray” Dyeing Poison Arrow Frog

Froglets: $40/each

This frog is found in southern Suriname. They are extremely bold, some so much so that they’ll take food right out of your hand! Despite their large size, they have a very quiet call. Check out https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fnebula.exotix%2Fvideos%2F1572055726170542%2F&show_text=0&width=560“>this video of one of our males calling. Reaching sizes of 2-2.5” as adults, they are among the largest dart frogs and require a spacious enclosure. A minimum of 20 gallons per 1-2 frogs is recommended. Ideally they are kept in pairs as adults. They prefer smaller prey such as Drosophila melanogaster/hydei fruit flies. High humidity is required (70-90%), and the ideal temperature to keep these frogs is in the low to mid 70s (72-75 F).


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