Blue poison dart frog

Dendrobates azureus

Blue poison dart frog

By feeding on stinging insects (such as ants or termites), the Blue poison dart frog concentrates toxic substances on its skin that make it poisonous.

During the breeding season, once the eggs hatch, the male will come back to collect the little ones one by one and deposits them in individual water points in the hollow of leaves in order to avoid that they eat each other!

few grams
4 - 5 cm
insects, spiders
14 - 18 days
Amazonia
Least concern