Citron dart frogs are a locality of Dendrobates tinctorius (dying dart frog) native to Suriname. They are one of the largest of all dart frogs growing to between 2.5-3in and are equally bold. They are a good beginner species of dart frog and are considered one of the hardiest and most adaptable in their care requirements. They thrive on a mixed diet of small insects including small crickets, fruit flies, tropical woodlice and adults can even eat hatchling locust.
|COLOUR MORPH||Locality = Citronella|
|LATIN NAME||Dendrobates tinctorius|
|ADULT SIZE||2.5-2.75in (5-6cm)|
|ADULT ENCLOSURE SIZE||24x18x18in (60x45x45cm) minimum|