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Dendrobates Tictorius Azureus Tadpole

Tadpole Care: Please visit our Learning Center

Info for Adult:

Color: Blue and Black

Size:Large- Reaching up to 2 inches or larger.

Locality: Found in the rainforest of Suriname in the Sipilawini Savanna.

Difficulty: Beginners.

Temperature:Range between 70-77 degrees Fahrenheit

Humidity: 40%-70%

Behavior:- Bold- Hardy- Terrestrial- Quiet Call

Terrarium Setup:1 square ft per frog-Terrestrial

Breeding: Easy to breed. Uses coco huts and petri dishes. 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 10-16 months on average. Produces egg clutches every 5 to 10 days. Clutch size is 3-10 eggs on average. Metamorphosis takes on average 100 days

Other: Do Not Mix Species

*** Please note: images shown are only representation of the tadpole and the adult stage***

Dendrobates Tictorius Azureus Tadpole

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Customer Reviews

perfect Review by markus
I order one of these little guys last year about this time it was pretty cool watching him grow he's all grown up now and is perfect health thanks guys for the amazingly beautiful dart frog I highly recommend buying from you guys. (Posted on 7/10/2014)
Great Product Review by Nick
I ordered one of these beauties and it arrived in marvelous condition! I would absolutely order another tadpole . Great work DFC! (Posted on 1/3/2014)

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