Phyllobates aurotaenia Tadpole

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Phyllobates aurotaenia Tadpole

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Phyllobates aurotaenia are found on the Pacific coast of Columbia. They have beautiful, starry-sky legs and are much more uncommon in the hobby now. These frogs are moderately shy throughout their lifespans (can get bolder with age, as with any frog), and do very well in groups, provided that the enclosure is large enough. It is recommended that no more than 3 go into a 10 gallon tank, 4-5 in a 20 gallon tank, and 6-8 in a 40 gallon tank. Females will generally lay 10-15 eggs under leaf litter or a coconut hut with flat leaves or a petri dish underneath. The frogs will transport tadpoles if left alone. Additional information can be found, of course, through our complimentary Encyclopedia Database: DendroKnow Project.

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