To tuslaw: Thanks Ron...AnimalExplorer::2012-12-19 21:47
I can pretty much guarantee the opportunity of photographing them in the wild. I know where to find them in both Panama and Costa Rica. I can also locate D.pumilio as well as other cool frog species such as phyllobates. There are also different regional variations where black is more dominate than the green, also some have more blue to them. Tree frog species seem more difficult to find especially the females as they do not call like the males.

Cheers,

Paul
Panama
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To tuslaw: Thanks Ron... AnimalExplorer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1010 W: 6 N: 334] (1997)::2012-12-19 21:47