Scientific Name: Trachycephalus resinifictrix

Found In: South America/Rain forest canopy in water-filled tree holes

Size: Males average between 2.5 and 3 inches length, while females average between 3 and 4 inches.

Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of a variety of insects.

Threat Level: Least Concern. Deforestation due to logging and agriculture is the major threat to this species, but it supports an overall stable population

Facts: These amphibians received the name “milk frog” from the sticky white substance they secrete through their skin when threatened.