Adelphobates galactonotus “Yellow”

This form of galactonotus ranges from a pale yellow to a bright lemon yellow, and rarely has much yellow on the legs. The color extends down the flanks, and ends in an even line. I am not sure what determines the intensity of the yellow, my original group is bright yellow, but the recent acquisitions have all been a paler yellow. Perhaps its like my orange galacs, in that some frogs from the same parents will look paler than clutchmates.

Its been hard to obtain breeding stock of this frog, and I only have one group of them at this point. I haven't had much luck in the last couple of years with them, but have added some fresh frogs to my program recently, and hope to get them going. They are a fairly bold frog, and as with all the galacs, seem to do well in groups.

We have also recently acquired a group of yellow galacs that are a bit different, in that the line that separates the yellow from the black is ragged, as opposed to the crisp line that is typical on the other form. I am guessing this is a separate locality, and plan to keep them separate from the other yellow form.
Synonyms
Locality
Splashback Dart frog Brazil
Temps
Humidity
Terrarium Preferences
Upper seventies to low eighties.. High Primarily a terrestrial frog, but climbs extensively, and will utilize low vegetation a good bit.
Size
Visibility in the tank
Groups of these compatible
Up to about 1.5 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
Hard to say how difficult or easy to breed they are, I have not had a large enough sample to work with. Uncommon.
Our Availability
Links for this frog
Not producing currently.  

This is a second form of yellow galactonotus