The granular poison dart frog (Oophaga granulifera) is a quite small frog, with orange/red on the front and varying gray to bluish green on the legs. It does give off a somewhat toxic secretion, so best not to handle them and I did not handle this one. They have been seen in almost every habitat on the Firestone Center property, but are particularly common in the banana plantation. And while mostly a ground frog, they like to climb up a little and sit off the ground on low roots and such. Today I found one vertically climbing a banana plant, which was kinda neat.
Keith Christenson - Wildlife Biologist