Vicente's poison frog
|Vicente's poison frog|
(Jungfer, Weygoldt & Juraske, 1996)
Vicente's poison frog (Oophaga vicentei) is a species of frog in the Dendrobatidae family that is endemic to the Veraguas and Coclé Provinces of central Panama. It is a little known arboreal frog that inhabits humid tropical lowland and montane forest.
Vicente's poison frog breeds in arboreal vegetation, and the parents transport the tadpoles to vegetation-bound water pools in bromeliads to develop. As the generic name Oophaga indicates, this and related species also practice a particular form of oophagy, where the mother deposits special nutritive eggs for the larvae to consume.
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