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Dendrobates amazonicus (Captive Bred)

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About This Product

Dendrobates Amazonicus is one of the most stunning of all the thumbnail frogs. They are active, breed relatively easily, and do great in groups.

Frogs are not sexable unless otherwise specified.


After placing an order containing a live animal, you will receive a scheduling email containing our JotForm scheduling link to schedule your new pet's delivery date.

With this scheduling link, you will be able to schedule your order's delivery up to 30 days in advance. You will be able to choose a date of delivery for Tuesday-Saturday (Saturday arrival depends on the carrier's service availability) with the estimated time of arrival generally being 12pm, or 4:30pm for more rural areas. Overnight lows must be above 40°F to ship directly to you (or above 30°F for FedEx Ship Center pickups) as well as below 90°F by estimated time of arrival.

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Mann Nicole

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I have 3 of these guys and they're definitely some of my favorites. Mine were active and great eaters from the day I got them from Josh. Their coloration is beautiful and they're moderately bold in their 12x12x18 exoterra and I suspect they will become even more so as their tank grows in. They use the whole tank and seem to particularly enjoy sitting in their bromeliads.


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Little jewels in my vivarium.

I purchased 2 of these and house them in an 18 x 18 x 18 Eco-Terra vivarium. They arrived well and adapded well to there new home. I have it well planted with bromiliads and other plants. They went and hid for a while but after a day or so I started seeing them in the bromiliads. All has been going well as these are my first thumbnails I wasn't sure how it would go. Yesterday I noticed several eggs in one of the film canisters. I was hoping to get a male and female, so great luck on that. I will be hoping to see them develope into tads. Thanks, these little jewels are just what I hoped for.

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