24- Low River :
25- El Oro :
- size: 2.8-5.5 cm
- food: large muslica, small muslica, ant cricket
- recommended terrarium size: 2-8 frogs 50 * 50 * 50
- ideal temperature: 22-26 c '
- ideal humidity: 70-95%
story: This color variant has long been known, but it is still a curiosity today, both in Europe and the Americas. The origin of these colors is unclear. There is no known natural habitat where it occurs. For a long time, serious herpetologists also thought it was a well-cultured color, because there was no known natural habitat for the auratus yellow color version. But now they have discovered a yellow variant in the habitat. But the habitat of the pure yellow "el oro" version (if any) is unknown to this day. By a non-authoritative source, the habitat is near the city of Panama.
26- El Valle :
27- Lago Bayano
28- Los Planes :
31- Mebalo :
32- Pastores :
33- Pacific side or Pacifico :
Another widely distributed and morphologically highly conserved lowland morph from the Pacific side of the Isthmus. Frogs with this pattern occurs from the Province of Puntarenas in central Costa Rica to the Province of Chiriqui in southwestern Panama at altitudes from 5 to 600 m. The northern and southern borders of the distribution of this morph are marked by the distribution of dry-forest in northern Costa Rica and Central Panama. The most northern locality where we found D. auratus on the pacific versant is the semi-deciduous forest of Carara, Costa Rica. Frogs from populations of the Pacific morph are medium sized with an SVL of 30-32 mm. The pattern consists of metallic green or yellow-green bands and blotches on a black background. The green pattern mostly takes up less than 50% of overall. In contrast to the Caribe morph of D. auratus individuals of this morph are smaller and have less pattern with a more yellow-green coloration. Also, these frogs are shy and many populations are very inactive during the dry season from January to March.
35- Peña Blanca ( Sometimes refer as Elcope ):
South America Dart Frogs - Species
Madagascar Dart frogs