Welcome to the poison dart frog website



Did you know?
The most toxic poison frog is Phyllobates terribilis from Colombia, which can produce enough toxin to kill eight people!



A fully planted vivarium can contain mosses, ferns, epiphytes like bromeliads and even flowering orchids!

Dendrobates azureus
Dendrobates azureus

Poison frogs (also known as arrow poison frogs, or poison dart frogs) are incredibly beautiful animals, but like all exotic pets, they do require some knowledge in order to thrive in captivity. Start by reading the article Introduction to dart frogs for an overview on these frogs, and the dart frog maintenance section, for more about culturing livefoods and setting up the terrarium (also known as a vivarium)

Phyllobates bicolor
Phyllobates bicolor
Whats new on this site?

Tropical woodlice, Trichorhina tomentosa are one of the least labor-intensive of livefoods - and are greatly appreciated by all dart frogs

Dendrobates azureus and Phyllobates bicolor - new photographs of two old favourites

Whiteworms make a great (and easy) treat food for dart frogs. Find out how...

Sparring tinctorius Photoset of two male Dendrobates tinctorius wrestling.

 

Dartfrog books

Poison dart frog gifts: T shirts, posters, and more all with a dartfrog theme!

 
 

This site contains photographs, information on poison dart frog husbandry, their habitats from the Amazon rainforest, and elsewhere in South America. There are articles on tropical plants (bromiliads, orchids, epiphytes), vivariums, and of course the frogs themselves. If you have any suggestions please contact me on info@poisondartfrog.co.uk.

 
 

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