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Not Canada but "Rio Canandé" in Ecuador. They are not O.Pumilio but O.Sylvatica.
 

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Check out Joshua Richard's Twitter page, @MuddyBootsPeru for amazing dartfrog and other photograpy.



Ameerega Trivittata.



Ameerega Cainarachi.



Amereega Silverstonei.

Does anyone know the cause of the reports that Amereega Silverstonei loses coloration in captivity?

That one in the pic is absolutely on fire.
 

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Does anyone know the cause of the reports that Amereega Silverstonei loses coloration in captivity?

That one in the pic is absolutely on fire.
I've seen them captive bred on fire aswell ;) Always raised on Super Pig.
 

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lots of in situ pics and some videos here of mantellas and histrionicas and sylvaticas

https://www.instagram.com/dartfrogs/
Yes and no.. To me this is the same as a regular searchengine like google where you type in "dart frogs". Even on this website it is equaly easy to find good in situ photo's than on the #dartfrogs Instagrampage.

+90% are not in situ fotos that are posted on #dartfrogs and most in situ photo hardly show their enviroment. So I don't think this is a good reference.

It's better to share links of wildlife photographers or researcher that almost post nothing else. :) If you see any pas by on #dartfrogs, please share!
 

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maybe you need to go through my accnt and see all kinds of in situ pics and habitat shots and videos before making that determination about it, there is a lot to go through, but up you.
please share your account! I would love to see it :) It's different than sharing a global hastag.
 

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Mobile problems it seems... When I click on my pc I get on your account.
So thanks for explaining and great shots btw, keep on sharing!
 

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A nice rainforest tour mini-documentary in Panama. D. auratus, o. pumilio, Andinobates claudiae. Some talk about chytrid and local extirpation. Lots of dark understory and leaf litter. Love the leaf litter in these videos. :)



I don't have an ID for the dart at 10:20 (Phyllobates?) nor the tiny dark pumilio at 10:30.
 
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