A photo of a beautiful Oophaga histrionica Anchicaya poison dart frog, by @dendromatt
A gorgeous Oophaga Sylvatica “San Lorenzo”
A few small air plants sit at the top of a large Paludarium near some emersed Java fern. An unlikely pair !
Phyllobates Terribilis (Mint) search through leaf litter for fruit flies to snack on. Mint Terribilis are rather large as far as dart frogs go. They are bold and have a great call as well!
These little guys are part of Pauls Jungle Exotics collection, located in Rhode Island.
A dendrobates Leucomelas appears in a yoga pose as she hunts springtails on this mossy branch.
A Dendrobates Bronze and Turquoise Auratus Poison Dart Frog explores a monkey pod within his vivarium, looking for food. These frogs are generally fed “flightless” or wingless fruit flies in captivity, which render them non-toxic.
A Dendrobates Leucomelas Poison Dart Frog – sometimes called a bumblebee poison dart frog or yellow banded poison dart frog – sits perched on a leaf as he watches his brothers and sisters hop around the vivarium.
Vivarium creation by Paul’s Jungle Exotics