Scientific Name: Phyllobates vittatus
Found In: Southwestern Costa Rica/Terrestrial, freshwater streams in lowland forests
Size: Adults average just over 1 inch in length
Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of small invertebrates..
Threat Level: Endangered. Habitat loss and water pollution are the major threats to this species.
Facts: Male Golfodulcean dart frogs care for the eggs, which are laid on leaves. Several days to a week after the tadpoles hatch, the male will return and allow tadpoles to climb onto his back, transporting them to a water source.