Types of Mantella’s

Here are the types of Mantella (with pictures).

 

Aurantiaca

aurantiaca

Frank Vassen Flickr

 

Baroni

SONY DSC

Frog Blog Manchester (c) George Sayer

 

Bernhardi

bernhardi.jpg

Amphibiancare.com

 

 

Betsileo

betsileo.jpg

Cites.org

 

Cowani

cowani.JPG

Dendroworld

 

 

Crocea

crocea.jpg

ICUN RedList

 

 

Ebenaui

Otis07 – Photobucket

 

 

Expectata

expectata.jpg

Patch Of Dirt

 

Haraldmeieri

Haraldmeiers.jpg

Arkive.org

 

Laevigata

laevigata.jpg

Rob Schell Photography

 

Madagascariensis

Madagascariensis.jpg

NickGarbutt.com

 

Manery

manery.jpg

cegalerba

 

 

Milotympanum

Understory Enterprises

 

 

Nigricans

nigricans

Amphibiancare.com

 

 

Pulchra

pulchra

Wikimedia Commons

 

 Viridis

viridis 2

Wikimedia Commons

Cover photo was taken by Frank Vassen and used with the Creative Commons License.  Photo was cropped & text was added to original.  See Original photo here.

 

If you would like to learn more about Mantella’s, please check out Douglas Peel’s blog http://www.patchofdirtonline.com/ .  He has lots of information on Mantella’s & some other fun gardening posts!

Also Check Out Mantella.amphibiancare.com/species.html.  Devin Edmonds has a great list of all species along with more details on each!

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4 thoughts on “Types of Mantella’s

  1. Great post! Just a side note it would be awesome if you do more of these kinds of posts with different species, to have a symbol like a star or something if they are legally exported and readily available in the hobbie. Just a thought, but I really enjoyed the post and the links.

    1. Thanks! I am always looking for ways to improve my posts and that would take a little longer, but I think t would be worth it! Glad you took the time to comment and visit!

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