Adelphobates galactonotus “Red”

The red form of galactonotus is always a popular frog, due in part to the fact that its one of the few red frogs in the hobby. The color is a rich dark red, not a bright apple red. This is the shyest of the galactonotus that I work with, but is not “too” shy in my opinion.

This form of galactonotus seems a bit more reluctant to breed, and as with all my galactonotus, the breeding they do seems to occur with little rhyme or reason. Long periods of inactivity are followed by flurries of breeding, during which eggs are laid every five to seven days, with the typical clutch size being four to eight eggs.

We have three different and unrelated bloodlines on hand, but its difficult to keep bloodlines straight when breeding groups of frogs!

Splashback Dart frog Brazil
Terrarium Preferences
Upper seventies to low eighties.. High Primarily a terrestrial frog, but climbs extensively, and will utilize low vegetation a good bit.
Visibility in the tank
Groups of these compatible
Up to about 1.75 inches Fairly shy. Yes, do well in groups as long as they are not overcrowded. Keep two to a ten gallon, three to four to a twenty tall or five or six to a forty gallon tank.
Experience Level
Compatible with other species?
Beginner Yes, should be ok with other species if not crowded.
Breeding :
Status in Hobby
Reluctant but explosive breeders. Possibly requires up to 2 years to reach maturity. Not a common frog, but well established.
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