Thanks to Justin for taking me frogging!
Seen at a Herp Expo in 2011.
This one played hide and seek for quite some time until I managed to get this picture.
Matapalo, Osa peninsula, Costa Rica
Golfo Dulce poison-dart frog. This is an endemic species only found in Península de Osa, Costa Rica.
Phyllobates is a genus of poison dart frogs native to South America, from Nicaragua to Colombia. Phyllobates contains the most poisonous species of frog, the Golden Poison Frog (Phyllobates terribilis). They are typical of the poison dart frogs, in that all species are colourful, and have varying degrees of toxicity. Only species of Phyllobates are used by natives of South American tribes as sources of poison for their hunting darts. The most toxic of the many...