Doyle's Dart Den


Species Data Collection

The following form is based on the format used by Gerd Voss of the IGF (Interessengemeinschaft Froschlurche).  My goal is to collect as much useful data as possible and publish it on the web page so hobbyists can have access to it.  Please complete the form to the best of your knowledge and the click the "SUBMIT" button on the bottom of the form.

Your input is appreciated!



General species information or specific morph


Information about You

Your name:

Email address:

Do you want your email address shown on the datasheet? 


If Yes, I will include your name and email on the data I use.  If No, I will not publish it but please provide it so I can email you if I have any questions.

Web Page address
How long have you kept dart frogs? Years
How long have you kept this species / morph? Years
Have you breed this species / morph?

Physical Description

Size range (adult):  to  
Size (adult male):   
Size (adult female):  
Weight range (adult):  to
Weight (adult male):  
Weight  (adult female):    
How to identify sexes:
General Description:
General Notes about Description:

In the Vivarium

Recommended dimension:  Length   Width   Height  Units
Day Temperature: to  
Night Temperature: to  
Terrarium landscaping:
Average age in terrarium: Years
Maximum age in terrarium: Years
Behavior (outgoing or reclusive)


Parts of Vivarium occupied:


How often misted:
General Notes about Vivarium:


Eggs/clutch size: Number of eggs per clutch
Frequency of clutches: days
Where are eggs placed:
Sensitive to light:
Development time for eggs: days
% of eggs to develop into tadpoles %
Development time for tadpoles: days
Percent of tadpoles that develop into froglets: %
Percent of froglets that reach maturity: %
Age of maturity (breeding): Months
Food feed to tadpoles:
Tadpoles kept singly or in groups:
Methods to induce breeding:
Are F1 offspring different from wild caught parents:


General Notes about Breeding:

Biotype and Distribution

Distribution (country):
Population density: Number per area
Day Temperature: to  
Night Temperature : to  
Relative humidity during dry season:
Rainy season: to (month)
Are frogs sitting in sunlight:
When is their active time:
What kinds of food in wild:
General Notes about Biotype and Distribution:

 Any comments?


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