Blue Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobates Azureus) dangling from a leaf ~ © by Ken Koskela

Blue Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobates Azureus) dangling from a leaf ~ © by Ken Koskela Mais

Our animal of the week is...the Blue Poison Dart Frog! Did you know blue poison dart frogs generally live about 10–15 years? At the Aquarium, we had one live to be 23! #AnimaloftheWeek

Our animal of the week is.the Blue Poison Dart Frog! Did you know blue poison dart frogs generally live about years? At the Aquarium, we had one live to be

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Frogs have jumped to Pittsfield

Frogs at Museum of Nature - Two blue poison dart frogs (Dendrobates tinctorius).

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Saphire-blue poison dart frog, uses brilliant color as a warning to other animals to stay away!

omg, love these. blue mama and baby - does it get any more perfect for me? (and it's okay if it's a dad, too, lol)

Blue Poison Dart Frogs Photograph by George Grall Blue poison dart frogs lack toe webbing and are poor swimmers, so they are never found in the water.

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Poisonous Dart Frog

Poison Dart Frog - para mostrar à Andreia que diz que não existem sapinhos azuis! :D

Poison Dart Frog - Most species of Dart Frogs make exellent inhabitants for your vivarium! Most don't require special care and as long as you keep their home clean and comfortable with enough food, they'll love it!

Blue Poison-Dart Frog Photographic Print by George Grall at AllPosters.com

Blue Poison-Dart Frog

The blue poison dart frog is found in southern Suriname and northern to central Brazil. Though all the members of this species are a brilliant blue color, the black spots are unique to each individual. Like most other poison frog species, they lose their toxicity in captivity as a result of an altered diet. Because this species is so easy to keep in captivity, it is popular as a pet.

16 Beautiful but deadly frogs

The blue poison dart frog (Dendrobates azureus) is actually not all that toxic when kept in captivity. Natural populations in south Suriname and northern Brazil are vulnerable to chytridiomycosis, an.

As their name implies, Blue Poison Dart Frogs can release toxins from the skin that are distasteful and potentially lethal to would-be predators.

These little frogs are easily recognized by their blue color, which is generally darker on the limbs and belly and overlaid with black spots or patches, especially on the head and back.

Blue Poison Dart Frog • Elmwood Park Zoo | Elmwood Park Zoo | www ...

Welcome to the Elmwood Park Zoo, located in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Here you'll find exhibits featuring a variety of animals from North America, Central America and South America.

Sapphire Blue Poison Dart Frog - NEW Nature Watercolor Painting by Annya Kai. $18.00, via Etsy.

Sapphire Blue Poison Dart Frog - Realistic Nature Watercolor Painting by Annya Kai

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