Scientific Name: Dendrobates tinctorius 'Suriname Cobalt'
Common Name: Cobalt
Native Habitat: Suriname (North Eastern tip of South America)
Sexual Maturity: ~ 12 – 15 months
Average Size: ~ 2.5 inches
Description: They are terrestrial dwelling frogs. They do very well in small groups and pairs. Aggression is seen in small enclosures where multiple males or females are kept, and because of this aggression we recommend only keeping pairs or trios in small enclosures (i.e. 10-20 gallon tanks). Females can reach up to 3 inches; males tend to be around 2.5 inches. Their native habitat consists largely of tree stumps and leaf litter; they are extremely bold frogs with an interactive personality. Very social if kept in large tanks, a must have for any hobbyist.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Jun 2012
it was really easy tracking package, since here in south texas its very hot dart frog has been a joy to watch it very active, loves fruit flies ,lives well with bumble bee toads and firebelly toads, planning on getting another
Posted by Unknown on 21st Sep 2010
I bought 3 cobalt tincs from Todd at the wasach reptile show. All 3 were great size for the price and Todd was very helpfull and really knew his stuff. Thanks Todd