D. tinctorius "Azureus", Large Juveniles

D. tinctorius "Azureus", Large Juveniles

Imagine coming across this frog in the wild! A blue frog, or many blue frogs, hopping about in their habitat....must be a magical sight. Azureus occur in a small habitat on the Sipaliwini savanah, near the border of Brazil and Surinam, and while at one point they were considered a species, now they are considered one of many different "morphs" of Dendrobates tinctorius. They are definitely tinctorius, and have all the classic traits of tinctorius, including the fact that they don't do well in groups, or at least one must be very cautious when keeping them in groups.  Females are typically the instigators of trouble, and do not tolerate other females in "their" territory.  Care should be exercised when trying to raise or keep these frogs together until you know the gender of your frogs. 
These are our four to five month old juveniles, at or above one inch in length!  
Become familiar with these frogs territorial nature before ordering them!  You can read more about this frog here
Please do not order dart frogs without becoming familiar with their care. We provide full care instructions on the Dart Frog Care Sheets page, if you are a beginner with dart frogs, please read through this information, and feel free to ask any questions, we are happy to help.Charges for Frog shipping ($49) will be added at checkout. This charge also covers items listed as “Ships Free with Frogs”, found further down in each frog category! Please email or call with any questions
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