Dyeing poison frog

The Dyeing poison frog is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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The Zoo has one dyeing poison frog on exhibit. The frog was captive hatched and arrived at the Zoo on April 7, 2005. More

Our plastic dyeing poison frog is one of several brightly-colored realistic plastic frogs to be found at Tapir and Friends. More

Dyeing Poison Frogs can reach 15 years. More

Costa Rica, French Guiana, Dyeing Poison Frog, Harlequin Poison Frog, Strawberry Poison Frog, Golden Poison Frog, South America, Phantasmal Poison Frog, Granular Poison Frog, Red-backed Poison Frog, San Martin, Splendid Poison Frog, Ruby Poison Frog, Silverstone's Poison Frog, Three-striped Poison Frog, Bocas del Toro, More

azure blue poison dart frog, Dyeing Poison Frog, Giant poison frog Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Amphibia Order Anura Family More

a photo of a Dyeing Poison Frog taken at the blue planet aquarium, in cheshire oaksVN:F please wait...Rating: 0. More

The Dyeing poison frog got its name because it was once used by South American Natives to dye textiles WHAT DOES IT EAT? Feed daily as they are ravenous eaters. More

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Order : Anura
Family : Dendrobatidae
Genus : Dendrobates
Species : tinctorius
Authority : (Schneider, 1799)