Yellow Dyer Rainfrog (Diasporus citrinobapheus)

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Yellow Dyer Rainfrog (Diasporus citrinobapheus) dyes the fingernails of the individual that holds it yellow, which is why it gets the name. It is native to Panama. It is a member of the family Eleutherodactylidae, the direct developing frogs.

The species was only discovered in 2012. Only one female of the species was discovered. The frogs measure only 2 centimeters long and hides in deep vegetation. It comes in orange and yellow colors.

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