This species’ scientific name (Agalychnis callidryas) comes from the greek words for beautiful (kalos) and wood nymph (dryas). It is an arboreal amphibian found in tropical rainforests, from Mexico to Columbia. Though it is not poisonous, its bright colors may distract predators and provide camouflage in its leafy surroundings. It prefers habitats near rivers and streams where it will lay its eggs under leaves. When they hatch the tadpoles will then be released into the water with help from the fluid inside the eggs. For more about this species, visit rainforestanimals.net>>
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