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Blue Jeans Frog

Oophaga pumilio


There are many variations of the colors, from deep red, to orange, with black legs, blue legs, or all the body could be blue. This one shows a red body with blue legs, in a elevation of about 250 meters above sea level.




The Blue Jeans morpho is a variation of the Strawberry Poison-dart Frog.

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Caleb Steindel
Caleb Steindel 8 years ago

oooooooooooooohs and aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahs for me

Beautiful !

:-) thanks...

is moderately poisonous

AnjaliAnantharam 9 years ago

This is so colorful.. Is it poisonous ??

Thanks, I like it a lot ...too

SunirmalBarai 9 years ago

one of the best

Thanks Nicholas....

Nicholas4 9 years ago

Just a bit of perfection! excellent shot.

Gracias por sus apreciaciones

This individual has found by a student from the Filton College in a trip organized by HOTELBEDS Costa Rica.

Thanks, We still can see good numbers in the wild, even in my property. A small forest protected for frogs and more.... (sloth monkeys and toucans )

Elsa 9 years ago


Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 9 years ago

Nature's great contrast...!!!

The MnMs
The MnMs 9 years ago

It deserves indeed to be the spotting of the day. Congratulations!

peter 9 years ago

Spotting of the day!

"The skin coloration of a Blue Jeans Frog is a protection mechanism that indicates the frog’s toxicity and averts predators from potential attacks."

hookgv 9 years ago

A most colourful frog, looks like a plastic model somewhat. :~)

SusanEllison 9 years ago

fabulous and brillant colors!

Yasser 9 years ago

One of my most favorite frogs!

Elsa 9 years ago

Fantastic! Doesn't even look real..

Jonathan Sequeira
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Jonathan Sequeira

Sarapiquí, Alajuela, Costa Rica

Spotted on Jun 13, 2011
Submitted on Jun 27, 2011

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