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I saw these in a book I was looking at but I was doubtful as to what they had them identified as...










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D. biolat
E. azureiventris (now I think it's Cryptophyllobates)
D. imitator yurimaguensis

I could be wrong, but those are my thoughts.
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This seems a bit out of context.... Are these pics from the wild (and if they are, where?) or are they from captive animals? Except for the last, which looks like Cryptophyllobates (Epiped.) azurieventris, they are all thumbnails.... of forms rare/advanced if at all present in the US hobby.

My guess on the first might be D. imitator yurisomethingorother but can you really tell without seeing the color of the tad or knowing its call/behavior? The second and third looks like lamasi panguana.
 

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#1 Is stated as Biolat (Unknown)
#2 Is also Biolat (Madre de Dios, Peru)
#3 Is listed as Epipedobates Azureivenentris (Unkown)
#4 Is listed as Imitator Peru

The book doesn't state if they are wild or captive animals.

The title of the book is "Reptiles & Amphibians of the Amazon" by RD and Patricia Bartlett.

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I have that book as well, and the D. biolat are supposedly CB and were from a private collection. The rest are from the wild.
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Amphibianfreak:

I was asked to remove the pictures for copyright reasons....as I took some pictures from a book that I stated above.
 
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