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Here is a collection of websites with lists of Dart Frog Species
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[font=Georgia]Please note that these lists are not complete and locales/morphs listed may or may not be available (or legally obtainable) in your country. If you know of a list not shown here, please let us know![/font]
[font=Georgia]One of the best photo collections: http://www.dendrobase.de/ 
- Note that it is not written in English, and requires joining the forum to see the database 
- You can translate pages by right clicking on the page and clicking the translate option.

Overall Database: http://www.dendrowiki.org/alle.html
- Has information such as size, call, and wild status[/font]


[font=Georgia]Ameerega:
http://www.understoryenterprises.com/[/font]


[font=Georgia]Auratus:
http://www.auratus-morphs.com/auratus-morphs.html [site currently down]
http://www.dendrobates.org/dendroba...[/font]


[font=Georgia]Galactonotus:
https://saurian.net/frog_menu_d_galactonotus.html[/font]


[font=Georgia]Mantellas:
http://www.understoryenterprises.com/[/font]


[font=Georgia]Phyllobates:
https://saurian.net/frog_menu_phyll...[/font]


[font=Georgia]Pumilio:
https://thefroglady.wordpress.com/2... http://www.dendrobates-breeding-frog.com/...[/font]


[font=Georgia]Ranitomeya:
http://www.understoryenterprises.com/[/font]


[font=Georgia]Tinctorius:
http://www.tinctorius.ch/index.php?... [written in German] https://saurian.net/frog_menu_d_tin...[/font]


Others:
http://www.arterrarium.com/species [more example photos of various species and locales]


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