One of the first dart frog photos I saw was of Mysteriosus. It got me interested in keeping PDF's and pointed me to Dendroboard. Maybe some day they will be allowed into the U.S. and I will be able to get a group of them. Until then, keep the pics coming.
yeah they are mysties these were bred in the UK and Germany, don't think any have been imported for a long time now as the value of the frogs doesn't make it worth while due to the numbers that they are bred in Germany.
For the front door they are a single piece of glass you just lift out with a glass holder.
although common in europe, Peru has made it clear to the governments in north america, that these animals were NEVER legally exported. no permits have ever been issued for them by peru (the only country they naturally exist in). making these a species whose trade is heavily monitored.
point being: dont get your hopes up as far as trying to get some. there certainly are some here, but i wouldnt expect anyone to be shouting it from the rooftops.
I believe the ones in Europe were from confiscated wild caughts. Once confiscated they were turned over to certain breeders who would care for them properly. Either way ALL E./D. mysteriosus are from smuggled stock.