Dendrobates auratus “Blue and Bronze”

I obtained a group of these frogs in about 2005. The parents are blue and bronze, and the parents of those frogs are normal green and bronze.
While these frogs were "created" in terrariums in the US, I believe they are likely a normally occuring form in the wild.
Unfortunately we have not been particularly successful breeding this frog, while we have produced a lot of froglets, most have failed to thrive.

none Panama
Terrarium Preferences
Upper seventies to low eighties High Terrestrial frogs, but will climb.
Visibility in the tank
Groups of these compatible
Up to about 1.75 inches Probably shyer than the Costa Ricans, but not as shy as many auratus forms. Yes, do well in groups as long as they are not overcrowded. Keep up to two to a ten gallon, fthree or four to a twenty tall or five or six to a forty gallon tank.
Experience Level
Compatible with other species?
Beginner Yes, should be okay with other species if not crowded
Breeding :
Status in Hobby
While best results will probably be achieved in pairs, this frog often can be bred very well in groups. Using a group setting to sex them is also helpful. Set up a group, and allow them to pair off with each other. Separate pairs if desired, or if breeding is not successful. Rare, and apparently not many bloodlines of this frog, although I am aware of a couple of others at least.
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Links for this frog
Not currently being bred here