Types of Dendrobates “Tinctorius” with pictures

Ever see a type of tinc but not know what it was?  Or have a significant other/ spouse who wants to pick a frog based on how it looks?  Or just want to see all the tinc possibilities in one list?

This list is for you!

Here are all of the different types of Dendrobates “Tinctorius” that I could find, with pictures!  Let me know if I missed some!

 

AlanisTinctorius

Alanis 

tinctorius_azureus

Azureus, Fine-Spot

TINC SkyBlueAzureus2

Azureus, Sky-Blue

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Bakhuis

TINC BoulangeR

Boulanger

Brazilian Yellow Head

TINC CAYENNE2

Cayenne

TINC-citronella

Citronella

tinc cobalt (Brazilian cobalt)

Cobalt, Brazilian

tinc cobalt French_Guiana_Dwarf_F1.sized

Cobalt, French Guiana

tinc cobalt surinam

Cobalt, Surinam

TINC Ensing1

Ensing

TINC GIANT ORANGE

Giant Orange

TINC Regina

Regina

TINC- INFERALANIS

Inferalanis

tinctorius_koetari_river_

Koetari

TINC LaFumee

La Fumee

TinctoriusLorenzo

Lorenzo

TINC MATECHO

Matecho

Monts Atachi Bakka

New River

TINC NIKITA

Nikita

SONY DSC

Oelemarie

tinc oyapok2

Oyapok

tinc patricia

Patricia

tinc powder blue

Powder Blue

tinc powder grey

Powder Gray

Tinc -blue Sipaliwini 010

Sipaliwini, blue
tinc green sip

Sipaliwini, green

tinc yellow sip

Sipaliwini, yellow

tincTrueSip

Sipaliwini, true

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Table Mountain

tinc yellow-back

Yellow-Back

Note: All of these photos with the exception of the Bakhuis photo were found on Google Images, I do not own the right to the photos.

If you missed it, Here is the post on types of leucs!

Update:

It was pointed out to me that I missed the Robertus Tinc.  I am not sure how I missed this one as they are gorgeous!

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Robertus

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24 thoughts on “Types of Dendrobates “Tinctorius” with pictures

    1. Thanks! It is crazy to see them all together! A lot of them look similar and then there are some that look nothing like any of the others! Crazy how nature works sometimes!

  1. What an amazing and truly beautiful collection of photographs! I will be travelling to Costa Rico soon, and I will be spending much of my time trying to find beautiful frogs to photograph!

    1. Oh my goodness. I am so jealous! I went to Costa Rica a couple years ago, (before I had an obsession with frogs) so we didn’t do any tours like that. I am very jealous and can’t wait to see what you all see!

  2. This is a beautiful collection of photos. I am relatively new to the dart frog world, however years of research has proven thinfs duccessfulnthyd far. I research each of my new animal care endeavors to the max. There are a plethora of ‘frog breeders’ out there claiming their ways and products are supreme. Whether or not you have a financial system that supports a zoological quality vivarium, or you are someone interested in an office size viv with thumbnail beauties, again, do your homework, read the reviews, and look at the BBB ratings. Also, you may want to join a herp blog where others can give good counsel. Make sure your live planted viv is up and running for a couple months: 3-4 at least, plants are all thriving, and you have the correct substrate, which I understand is a controversial subject. Just do your part as a pet parent. There are many beautiful waterfall vivs, others with elaborate water wall snd stream features, and those vivs that look like a monsoon 100% of the time. The space left for the frogs to wander, is scant at best. Remember they need humidity, and not to have water dripping on them constantly. As far as the plants in many of those vivs, they do not tolerate soggy conditions with a constant dripping directly on the plants; it could rot and break down planrs and their root system rather quickly. Talk to your local plant doctors, county zoo keepers, botonists, etc. If you do things correctly the first time, you will enjoy the challange that it is. Making mistakes are very costly, either on a financial basis or worse, when there is loss of life that could be prevented. Thank you for reading my 2 cents worth!!
    Thanks!
    ◆ 90 gallon live planted vivarium with tincs
    ◆ Adult Emerald Tree Boa vivarium
    ◆ High contrast albino ball python
    ◆ Juvenile albino Nelsons Milk Snake
    ◆ Whites Tree frogs
    ◆ Sugar Glider colony
    ◆ Registered working Therapy Dog

    M. Brown from Green Bay

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