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If you mean the genus Dendrobates, then I can't think of one. If you mean Dendrobatid, referring to the family, then yes -- there is a red morph of Adelphobates galactonotus, and a couple species of Ranitomeya that are largely red, and many locales of O. pumilio.
 

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O Histrionica Bahia Solano, O lehmanni are also large red dartfrogs.
 

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The Adelphobates galactonotus is it alot smaller?
Smaller than what species? Galacs are a medium-sized frog, I'd say.

I'd be cautious about choosing a frog based on color or size. These characteristics have nothing to do with how difficult they are to keep, or how much space they need.
 
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