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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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The "Mint" morph is found at Quebrada Guanguia, Quinchia, Risaralda, Colombia:
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Thats actually not to far from where i used to live. (Quimbaya, Quindio).

I went to Colombia last month in search of Tropical fish with a friend Brian Perkins he is also into the frog hobby and is owner of Wildperu. with that being said we were also kind on the look out for Dart frogs but we failed at seeing any since we heard calls from places hard to get to. hopefully i will get more info on species near where my dad's farm is and my home town.

Best Regards

Juan
 
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