Also Known As:
Dumpy Tree Frog
This little frog does well in a rainforest habitat terrarium. White's Tree Frogs have adhesive toe pads that let them climb all over their domain. These are considered a beginner's frog but keep in mind frogs should really be kept to observe them not to handle them. They absorb everything through the skin so therefore anything on your hands can be detrimental.
It is a very laid back frog that has a loud call and is nocturnal.
These frogs are a little less common than some of the others but do well in groups in medium sized terrariums. Four of these frogs can easily be kept in a 18" x 18" terrarium.
Pumilio Dart Frogs are some of the most beautiful of all dart frogs. They tend to do very well in smaller terrariums with live plants and a couple of bromeliads. They will readily reproduce in this type of set up. This is one of the few obligate egg feeder frogs available to hobbyists.
Phyllobates terribilis are the most toxic of all the poison dart frogs in the wild. Thankfully the ant or possibly a beetle that it must eat in order to become or stay toxic is only found in the wild. Captive bred specimens have no toxicity.
This dart is also one of the largest of the dart frogs but does well in group situations. It has a louder call than most but is diurnal like all dart frogs so they do not call throughout the night. All dart frogs prefer to be in a terrarium with plants, moss and high humidity.