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Adelphobates quinquevittatus Dart Frog

Originating from northern Brazil, Peru, and French Guyana, Adelphobates quinquevittatus (commonly misspelled quinquevittatum) are very rare in the hobby. These froglets are from Phil Tan’s old German line. Quinqevittatus do great in groups and are not loud. They are very consistent (between individuals) white pinstripes on a jet black background on their bodies and orange/red legs.
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Red Galactonotus (Adelphobates Galactonotus)


These frogs are communal and do well in small groups together. As such, they are also good candidates for keeping with other communal frogs of a different genus in a larger habitat.


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True Nominal Fantastica Dart Frog (Ranitomeya fantastica)

This morph comes from lowland regions in Peru. It is a striking frog, on the large side of the thumbnail spectrum. They do great in groups and do not have a loud call. They have bright orange heads followed by a white collar around the neck, black body with bluish markings on the back and bluish-grey net patterns on their legs. The parents of these froglets were F1s directly from Understory Enterprises.
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Three Toed Amphiuma (Amphiuma tridactylum)

A strange, primitive species of aquatic salamander, the Three-toed Amphiuma is found in shallow, swampy habitat throughout much of the Southeastern US. Eel-like in appearance and behavior, they have 2 tiny front limbs, no rear legs, and largely useless eyes, instead using their lateral line and sense of smell to navigate and find prey. They should be kept in a fully aquatic setup with hiding places like driftwood or caves, and like all amphibians they require excellent water quality. Tanks should be tightly covered as they can climb or jump out if allowed to.