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Epipedobates Anthonyi Rio Saladillo

Color: Red/Maroon and White/Yellow 

Size: Small- Reaching up to 1 inch or larger.

Locality: Found in the rainforest of Ecuador 

Difficulty: Easy

Temperature: Range between 70-77 degrees Fahrenheit

Humidity: 40%-70%

Behavior: Bold- Hardy- Terrestrial- Loud Call- Does fine in groups 

Terrarium Setup: 1 square ft per frog- Terrestrial

*** Likes Streams

Breeding: Easy to breed. Uses coco huts and petri dishes as well as film canisters. Best kept in a pair (1 male to 1 female). Male have wider finger discs and a more defined Back Structure. Females tend to be Larger and usually have cleavage in the chest region. Reaches sexual maturity in 12 months on average. Produces egg clutches every 5 to 10 days. Clutch size is 15-25 eggs on average. Metamorphosis takes on average 70 days.

Other: Do Not Mix Species

Epipedobates Anthonyi Rio Saladillo

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Just received 2 Review by Brad
I received two Rio's this morning, total time from facility to doorstep here in Wisconsin was about 15 hours! Both frogs were brown (presumably from shipping stress) but have since started reverting back to their normal red hue once placed in their quarentine enclosure. Special thanks to DFC for the customer service in trying to make sure both frogs were/are females, I have a 3 year old male that calls out at 11:00am and again around 3:30pm daily so I know he is ready for company. (Posted on 10/16/2014)

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