Strawberry poison-dart frog
|Strawberry poison-dart frog|
The strawberry poison frog is a species of small poison dart frog found in Central America. It is its range, which extends from Nicaragua Costa Rica and northwestern Panama.
Strawberry poison dart frogs use a “wide foraging” feeding method where they stick out their tongues to catch ranging numbers of small prey. They mainly eat smaller insects like ants, which is where they get the alkaline toxins for their poisonous skin. They have also been known to eat mites and other small arthropods.
Conservation status: Least Concern (Population decreasing)
The strawberry poison dart frog is slender to species, with the frog’s bilateral symmetry. This the on their are symmetrical, for this species are the diverse poison dart frog family. Their can from strawberry red, blue, yellow, white, green, orange to black. Their are compact, with un-webbed on hand and foot.
This species in rainforest habitats and in cacao and banana groves. Unlike poison dart frogs, this frog to spend of its time rainforest in leaf litter, however, they climb and vines.
Strawberry poison dart frogs use a “ foraging” feeding they stick out their tongues to ranging numbers of small prey. They smaller like ants, which is they get the alkaline for their . They have been to mites and small arthropods.
With their territorial behavior, males establish areas partnership with a mate. If intruding frogs invade territory, the resident male frog will wrestling the invading frog it has pinned it ground. Generally, strawberry poison dart frogs will spend of their feeding, mating, and their offspring their territory.