Heliconia acuminata photographed near the access road to the reserve's research station.
A very thin juvenile Anolis auratus photographed in the morning on the foliage by the access road to the reserve's research station.
Minute Treefrog photographed at night while perched on a small tree by a clearwater stream.
Rivulus sp. photographed at night in a shallow pond near a clear water stream.
Probably Microgramma reptans. Photgraphed in an area of seasonally flooded rainforest.
Dendropsophus leucophyllatus, photographed at night near a small pond in a patch of disturbed forest.
Cercosaura argulus, photographed around 9:00am, while climbing the stem of a dry palm leaf, in an area of primary rainforest.
Ranitomeya ventrimaculata, photographed around 15:00 among logs in a trail along a patch of disturbed forest.
According to a recent classification proposed by Brown et al. (Zootaxa 3083, 2011) this specimen is diagnosed as belonging to new taxon Ranitomeya toraro.
Hypsiboas fasciatus photographed at night on tall grass in small pond.
Found by researcher Felipe Bittioli Gomes, near Reserva Ducke's research station after heavy rain.
Found at night, on the forest floor, near a rain puddle on an access trail.
Anomaloglossus stepheni, found near a rain puddle along an access trail, during the day.
Female Anolis nitens, found at night, sleeping on a fallen branch across a, access trail.
Female Osteocephalus taurinus, found at night in a temporary rain puddle on a trail close to the research station.
Osteocephalus oophagus, found at night on a patch of primary forest by a clearwater stream.
Female cane toad, found at night in an open area by the research station.
Male Hypsiboas cinerascens found at night calling from the leaves of a stemless palm tree, by a clearwater stream.
Juvenile Paleosuchus trigonatus, found at night in a clearwater stream.