Mantella crocea at Ambohitantely
Found several individuals in the morning in piles of dead leaves next to camp at Farankaraina.
Adjacent forests around Torotorofotsy
Mantella baroni were found along Beanana, a tributary to Ranomena river in Vohidrazana.
Mantella pulchra found in the morning with many others at a small shallow breeding pond next to a stream in Vohimana Reserve.
Mantella baroni found calling near a stream during the day in Vohimana Reserve near Andasibe, Madagascar.
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Mantella is a genus of frogs in the family Mantellidae, endemic to Madagascar. These are small frogs typically reaching 2–3 centimetres (0.79–1.2 in), with iridescent colors with combinations of black, blue, orange, yellow, and green which reflect the toxic nature of their skins. Several species in the genus are threatened because of habitat loss and over-collection for the international pet trade.