Strawberry poison frog

The Strawberry 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.

Strawberry Poison Frog (not in the exhibit) Found in Central America, this species is also known as the blue jeans frog for its blue “pants. More

the breeding behavior of wild strawberry poison frogs in Tortuguero, Costa Rica, and in a large zoo exhibit. More

The strawberry poison frog is perhaps most famous for its widespread variation in coloration, comprising approximately 15-30 color morphs, most of which are presumed to be true-breeding. More

Schmidt 1858, the strawberry poison frog, shows extreme polymorphism in color and pattern in Panama. It is known that females of D. pumilio preferentially choose mates of their own color morph. More

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Strawberry Poison Frogs are found in Central American rainforests, with a high concentration within the nation of Costa Rica. After mating, the female will lay an average of three to five eggs on a leaf. More

The strawberry poison frog is one of several hundred species of small, highly toxic Amazon frogs. The bright colors typical of these frogs are warning coloration to deter prospective predators. More

The strawberry poison frog (Oophaga pumilio) is a brilliant red frog from tropical regions of the world. They are fascinating to watch, and stay small. This species can be difficult to keep, and is more of an amphibian for advanced or serious reptile collectors. More

Also see how the strawberry poison frog cares for its offspring. Are poison dart frogs endangered? - According to the Global Amphibian Assessment, around 28% of 234 known species of poison dart frogs are now threatened with extinction. More

interesting example of how strawberry poison frog males can fight for their territory. "Males are territorial and when provoked will jump on top of an interloping male, wrestling for up to 20 minutes. More

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Order : Anura
Family : Dendrobatidae
Genus : Oophaga
Species : pumilio
Authority : (Schmidt, 1857)