Scientific Name: Epipedobates anthonyi

Found In: Ecuador and Peru/Dry forests near the equator

Size: Adults average around 1 inch in length

Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of small insects.

Threat Level: Near Threatened. Pollution of the waterways from agricultural chemicals is the major threat to this species.

Facts: Males of this species demonstrate parental care, guarding the eggs in leaf litter for up to 2 weeks before they hatch.