Thanks, Corey W! Oophaga pumilio, I believed the Pope island form. Can't remember of the to of my head, there are at least 4 forms of green pumilio. I know the owner of this frog so I can track it down. I like frogs.
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2 That frog over there, for instance: that tiny, brilliantly colored tree frog. Doesn't he look like some kind of Faberge ornament, there against that vermilion leaf? Wouldn't such a natural jewel look just gorgeous in a terrarium back home?