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Old 06-09-2011, 02:10 AM
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Default Call for help - Phyllobates terribilis

A reader asks: Do you know where the Quebrada Guangui or La Brea area of Colombiais? Phyllobates terribilis is known to exist there and I can't seem to find any map showing their location. Any help is appreciated.

Phyllobates terribilis is a lowland species from the Pacific coast of Colombia. This area has high rainfall (5 m or more), altitude between 100–200 m, temperature of at least 26°C, and relative humidity of 80–90%.

The "Mint" morph is found at Quebrada Guanguia, Quinchia, Risaralda, Colombia:


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And the "Yellow" morph at La Brea, Tumaco, Nariño Department, Colombia, close to the border between Columbia and Ecuador:


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