Yellow-Headed Dart Poison Frog

Dendrobates leucomelas

Body Length:1.2"–2"
Geographic Distribution:Northern South America
Habitat:Tropical rain forests
Wild Diet:Insects, eggs, and noninsect arthropods
Status in the Wild:Least Concern
Location:Reptiles and Birds

The yellow-headed dart poison frog is a small black frog with yellow bands on its body. The yellow bands have black unusually shaped dots inside them. It secretes poison from its skin. The frogs live in fiercely territorial groups called armies, and sometimes attack neighboring frog armies.