Frog, Dyeing Poison
1.6 - 2.4 inches
Tadpoles – algae and insect larva.
Adults - Ants, termites, and other small insects and small spiders.
Status: Least Concern
Suriname, Brazil and Guyana.
Faces of the Rainforest
The female is plumper than the male, but the sexes may be more accurately distinguished by their toes. The dyeing poison frog has four toes on each foot, with enlarged suction cup tips to each toe. In the female these tips are round whereas in males they are heart-shaped.