Various Poison Frogs Miscellaneous poison frogs which do not have a dedicated page yet

Yellow-striped Poison Frog
Yellow-striped Poison Frog
Yellow-striped Poison Frog
The Yellow-striped Poison (Dart) Frog, Dendrobates truncatus, is native to western Colombia. Toxins obtained from the mites and insects that it eats are given off through its skin. It is always black with two complete yellow dorsal stripes and broken lateral stripes.
  
Golfodulcean Poison Frog
Golfodulcean Poison Frog
The Golfodulcean Poison (Dart) Frog, Phyllobates vittatus, is native to Costa Rica. It can be very brightly coloured with an encircling orange stripe and light green legs. It is threatened by habitat loss.
  
Brazilian Poison Frog
Brazilian Poison Frog
The Brazilian Poison (Dart) Frog, Ranitomeya (prev. Dendrobates) vanzolinii, also called Spotted Poison (Dart) Frog, is native to Amazon rainforests of Brazil and Peru. They are tiny - less than 20mm long - and mainly arboreal. In addition to the yellow spots on black background, they have blue-grey legs with cryptic black markings. The female will lay a single, fertile egg in a small water source such as a bromeliad and both parents will remain together to watch over the egg. Once the tadpole hatches, the female will lay an infertile egg in the water as food for the tadpole. The frogs are threatened by habitat loss and collection for the pet trade.