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Topic: Dendrobates


In the News (Tue 19 Mar 19)

  
  Searching Dataset GLOBAL
Territoriality in the poison-dart frog Dendrobates pumilio (Anura: Dendrobatidae).
Observations on the biology of Dendrobates pumilio Schmidt and Dendrobates auratus Girard.
A revision of the poison-arrow frogs of the genus Dendrobates Wagler.
www.ots.ac.cr /rdmcnfs/datasets/exsrch.phtml?ds=global&qbe=7643   (2879 words)

  
 ADW: Dendrobates azureus: Information
Dendrobates azureus is a mid-sized dendrobatid frog weighing about 3 grams and having a length ranging from 3 to 4.5 cm.
Dendrobates azureus is brightly colored, and this coloration serves as a warning to would-be predators of its poisonous properties.
Dendrobates azureus has skin that remains sticky from mucus secretions which not only helps to hold moisture in, but also enables tadpoles to take hold when they are carried from the egg-site to their new aquatic home.
animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu /accounts/dendrobates/d._azureus.html   (2096 words)

  
 ADW: Dendrobates auratus: Information
Dendrobates auratus adults are found on the floor of rain forests.
Dendrobates auratus are diurnal, and are seldom still during the day, constantly searching for food and taking care of young with distinctive hopping motions.
In fact, it is speculated that members of the genus Dendrobates will be the first poison dart frogs to be put on the endanged list of a major conservation organization such as CITES or ESA.
animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu /accounts/dendrobates/d._auratus.html   (1124 words)

  
 Veterinari.it   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Esistono nella foresta amazzonica delle bellissime raganelle colorate di piccole dimensioni chiamate dendrobates o rane pigmeo o rane freccia avvelenata (in inglese poison arrow frogs) che secernono dalla pelle una sostanza velenosa tossica e a volte mortale.
Le dendrobates sono rane molto piccole (5 centimetri massimo) con un veleno, secreto da ghiandole poste sulla pelle, dei più attivi tra quelli esistenti; quello si alcune specie é addirittura in grado di uccidere un uomo in brevissimo tempo.
Il terrario per le dendrobates dovrà essere molto spazioso: (circa 30x30x30 ogni 3-4 esemplari) poiché i maschi sono molto territoriali; dovrà inoltre avere un’umidità molto elevata e vi si dovrà mantenere una buona igiene all'interno.
www.veterinari.it /print.php?sid=671   (461 words)

  
 Dendrobates azureus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dendrobates azureus is a type of poison dart frog found in South America, specifically in the Sipaliwini region of Suriname.
As a result, frogs raised in captivity (often for the pet market) lack defensive poison.
Dendrobates azureus is the mascot of Azureus, an open source client for the BitTorrent protocol.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dendrobates_azureus   (224 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobate or Poison Arrow Frogs)
The genus of Dendrobate is one of the more common genuses in poison dart frogs so I thought I would cover the basic care of them.
Dendrobates tinctorius is one of the largest poison dart frogs, growing to around 4 or 5 cm.
Dendrobates pumilio is small, growing to only 2 or 3 cm.
members.tripod.com /~Frog_Guy_2/dendrobate.html   (1350 words)

  
 Dendrobates vicentei
Dendrobates vicentei, ein neuer Pfeilgiftfrosch aus Zentral Panamá.
Myers, C.W., Daly, J.W. and Martínez, V. 1984 An arboreal poison frog (Dendrobates) from Western Panamá.
Silverstone, P.A. 1975 A revision of the of the poison-arrow frogs of the genus Dendrobates.
home.earthlink.net /~itec1/Anura/Dendrobatidae/Dendrobates/vicentei.html   (208 words)

  
 Frog Olympics: Jumping characteristics of frogs
Dendrobates pumilio, Eleutherodactylus bransfordii, and Eleutherodactylus fitzingeri are three common frogs present in the rainforests of the La Selva biological research station.
The Dendrobates pumilio had shorter jumps, but were able to continue jumping for quite some time.
Dendrobates are active during the day and have bright colors to warn of their toxic skin secretions.
www.simpson.edu /~parmelee/costarica_files/JDyer.html   (502 words)

  
 Dendrobates Histrionicus at www.poison-frogs.com
Status distinct from Dendrobates tinctorius tinctorius rejected by Laurent, 1942, Bulletin du Musée Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique, Bruxelles, 18(43): 1-20.
Dendrobates histrionicus is a medium sized frog of 2.5 to 3.8 cm (Staniszewski, 1995).
Dendrobates histrionicus can be found in tropical rainforest from western Ecuador, north to the Choco region of Colombia (Zamora et al 1999).
www.poison-frogs.nl /e020323.html   (779 words)

  
 Poisonous Animals: Poison dart frog (Dendrobates, Phyllobates)
Poison dart frogs lay their eggs in lukewarm pools of water at the brim of leaves, where the eggs are in a secure place, high in the canopy.
They are all brightly colored: Dendrobates azureus is blue and Dendrobates auratus, which lives in Costa Rica, is green, with regular fl spots.
Researchers claim that the pumiliotoxin released by Dendrobates auratus might be used as a cardiac stimulant after a heart attack.
library.thinkquest.org /C007974/2_2poi.htm   (773 words)

  
 Vivaria Projects - column auratus
In the late seventies, the Dendrobates auratus was the most commonly offered poison dart frog in pet shops.
Dendrobates auratus may be not that much harder to keep than many of its congeners, but it’s not the species I would advise starting hobbyists to start with.
Species like Dendrobates tinctorius and Phyllobates bicolor are indeed easier to keep and are often much boulder then the often rather shy auratus.
www.vivaria.nl /peter/archive02.html   (486 words)

  
 Dart Frog Publications (P-T)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Breeding Behaviour of the Dart Frog (Dendrobates auratus) in captivity.
Silverstone, P. Observations on the behavior and ecology of a Colombian poison-arrow frog, the Kokoe-pa (Dendrobates histrionicus Berthold).
Silverstone, P. A revision of the poison-arrow frogs of the genus Dendrobates Wagler.
www.theramp.net /frognet/publications/pubpt.html   (757 words)

  
 Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Animalia: Chordata: Amphibia: Frogs and Toads: Dendrobatidae
Dendrobates auratus - Green Poison Arrow Frog  · Details of characteristics, range, food, habitat and reproduction.
Dendrobates histrionicus - Harlequin Poison Dart Frog  · Details of characteristics, range, food, habitat and reproduction.
Dendrobates pumilio - Strawberry Poison Dart Frog  · Details of characteristics, range, food, habitat and reproduction.
www.incywincy.com /default?p=282262   (190 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frogs
Dendrobates tinctorius, a strikingly beautiful poison dart frog native to tropical rain forests of the Guianas in the northeastern shoulder of South America.
Dendrobates frogs produce a poison called pumiliotoxin, which is not as deadly as the batrachotoxin produced by Phyllobates frogs.
Although their eggs are laid among the leaves, the newly hatched larvae are carried on the backs of the parents to a pool of water or water-filled bromeliad.
waynesword.palomar.edu /dartfrog.htm   (496 words)

  
 Amphibian Species of the World - Dendrobates histrionicus Berthold, 1845   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Dendrobates histrionicus sylvaticus Funkhouser, 1956, Zoologica, New York, 41: 73.
Dendrobates histrionicus confluens Funkhouser, 1956, Zoologica, New York, 41: 75.
Dendrobates tinctorius confluens — Cochran and Goin, 1970, Bull.
research.amnh.org /herpetology/amphibia/references.php?id=3154   (307 words)

  
 dendrobate care sheet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
There are 26 species of Dendrobate, almost all of which are brightly colored.
Here is a link dendrobate cage or you can find the other page under care sheets on my homepage.
Since all Dendrobates are small frogs they require small foods.
members.aol.com /Frogkeepr/poisonfrog.html   (1028 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frogs - Dendrobates Azureus
The blue frog, or Dendrobates azureus are probably the most well known dart frog, and for those of you who have always wanted these frogs, once you get them, you will find their beauty does not disappoint.
Their habitat does not seem to be in any danger for the time being, so they are not particularly endangered, but it is always of concern when an animal is restricted to a fairly small habitat.
These frogs are very similar to Dendrobates tinctorius, and for practical purposes may be considered the same in terms of habits and breeding, although each form of tinctorius is a little different in terms of its breeding.
www.saurian.net /htm/azureus.htm   (310 words)

  
 Dendrobates Imitator at www.poison-frogs.com
Dendrobates castaneus is called castaneus because the frogs were observed to deposit their larvae in the empty shells of Brazil nuts.
Dendrobates imitator is the five-toed counterpart of variabilis, with two blotches on the nose and a net-like pattern on the back.
Dendrobates fantasticus is the giant of the group.
www.poison-frogs.nl /e020306.html   (1378 words)

  
 Dendrobates Speciosus at www.poison-frogs.com
In the Dendrobates pumilio group of Silverstone (1975); in the Dendrobates histrionicus group of Myers, Daly, and Martínez, 1984, Am.
Dendrobates speciosus is a difficult species to keep, since they are very sensitive.
The can be handled just like Dendrobates Pumilio, the vivarium will have to be a minimum size of 60 cm high to offer enough possibilities to climb.
www.poison-frogs.nl /e020332.html   (394 words)

  
 Professional Information--Gerald R. Urquhart Ph.D.
We are studying poison dart frogs in the genus Dendrobates.
Found on Isla Popa, this is the smallest form of Dendrobates pumilio, averaging 17 mm in length.
Unlike typical frogs where a mass of eggs is laid in a pond and left to develop, the poison dart frogs care for their eggs and tadpoles.
www.msu.edu /user/urquhart/professional/frog-research.html   (471 words)

  
 dendrobates - amphibian azureus dart dendrobates frog frogs poison   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
dendrobates - amphibian azureus dart dendrobates frog frogs poison
A series of events for amphibian enthusiasts from around the world, including a show and sale, lectures, and auction, all of which are in support of proper husbandry, amphibian conservation, and public education.
Orchids, bromelia's, mosses, descriptions of dendrobates leucomelas, azureus, pumilio, tinctorius, auratus and how to breed frogs but also fruit flies.
www.pet-x.com /pets/dendrobates.html   (167 words)

  
 Dart Frog Publications (A-E)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Bringsoe, H. The adoption of the poison-arrow frogs of the genera Dendrobates and Phyllobates in appendix II of CITES.
Colwell, G. In response to Bringsoe on the inclusion of Dendrobates and Phyllobates in appendix II of CITES.
The tadpole of a dart-poison frog Phyllobates lugubris (Anura: Dendrobatidae).
www.theramp.net /frognet/publications/pubae.html   (719 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frogs: WhoZoo
Dendrobates are very adaptable and readily accept flies and green aphids and other bugs
Dendrobates come in a rainbow of "warning" colors.
Dendrobates are diurnal which means day active and very territorial as well and will wrestle one another over territorial disputes.
www.whozoo.org /Intro98/jenntrev/jendex3.html   (472 words)

  
 Amphibian Species of the World - Dendrobates quinquevittatus Steindachner, 1864
Dendrobates tinctorius igneus Melin, 1941, Göteborgs K. Vetensk.
In the Dendrobates minutus group of Silverstone, 1975, Sci.
Los Angeles Co., 21 (much of which is now in Minyobates); in the more exclusive Dendrobates quinquevittatus group of Myers, 1982, Am.
research.amnh.org /herpetology/amphibia/references.php?id=3191   (311 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Dendrobates azureus
Dendrobates azureus is a type of poison dart frog found in South America.
Unlike most frogs, it lays its eggs on land, usually under a rock in a mossy area.
Click for other authoritative sources for this topic (summarised at Factbites.com).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Dendrobates-azureus   (199 words)

  
 Poison Dart Frogs Care
The cobalt form of D. tinctorius is fl with yellow stripes flowing down its back and down its side.
Make sure you know the proper temperature for your species of Dendrobate before you make the terrarium because it is hard to lift a terrarium full of plants and frogs to put an under tank heat pad on.
DENDROBATES By following the care outlined above and doing your "homework" on poison dart frogs you can get started into the hobby of poison dart frogs.
www.reptileallsorts.com /dartfrogcage-cs.htm   (990 words)

  
 Dart Frog Publications (K-O)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Kitasako, J. Observations on the biology of Dendrobates pumilio Schmidt and Dendrobates auratus Girard.
An arboreal poison frog (Dendrobates) from western Panama.
Discovery of a defensively malodorous and nocturnal frog in the family Dendrobatidae: phylogenetic significance of a new genus and species from the Venezuelan Andes.
www.theramp.net /frognet/publications/pubko.html   (797 words)

  
 Dendrobates auratus
Males carry the tadpoles on their backs to large bodies of water, where tadpoles continue to develop.
Despite the generic name (Dendrobates means "tree lover" in Greek), these are slow moving, ground dwelling frogs.
Diel activity patterns of the sympatric poison dart frogs, Dendrobates auratus and D.
www.curator.org /LegacyVMNH/WebOfLife/Kingdom/P_Chordata/ClassAmphibia/OrderAnura/dendrobates_auratus.htm   (167 words)

  
 tinc description
Dendrobates tinctorius exists in discrete patches throughout this distribution, being restricted to "highland" (up to 350+ m) areas.
Dendrobates tinctorius is one of only three species of Dendrobates in the world (and the only one in South America) to be commercially exported for the live animal trade.
Dendrobates tinctorius is widely recognized throughout the region, being featured on tourist brochures and posters, and could serve as a flagship species of Guianan conservation efforts.
bnoonan.uta.edu /Researchpage/Dtinctorius.html   (480 words)

  
 Dendrobates (Poison Dart frogs )
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www.zoo.utoronto.ca /BOARD1/messages2/1773.html   (372 words)

  
 Introduction to Dr. Summers' Research
Predation on Dendrobates auratus, the green poison frog,
of the genus Dendrobates: evidence from mitochondrial DNA sequences.
(Dendrobates pumilio) from the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Panama.
core.ecu.edu /biol/summersk/summerwebpage/publi.htm   (339 words)

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