Available
Amphibians

(updated 14-06-2021)




The following species are currently available. Online orders accepted but as many are in short supply and we require delivery details or if you are collecting, if interested please phone or email us to reserve and we will direct you to a temporary page for you to place the order.
We are again able to deliver amphibians via a private specialist reptile courier anywhere on mainland UK. Prices start from £50.00. Please see here or enquire for more details.
Please read our terms and conditions before placing an order. Amphibians are available for delivery in the UK only or can be collected from us (new shop not open until mid-2021)
Please contact info@dartfrog.co.uk for further details.
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Current Availability

Special Offers (no further discounts)

Species (Vernacular) & Description
Scientific Name Price Guide (Each)

Eastern green lizard
UK-produced c/b 2020 juveniles 10 - 12cm
Stunning lacertid from eastern Europe. These are captive bred juveniles from one of the northern-most populations in Eastern Germany and can be kept in an unheated greenhouse in the UK. Taking spiders, 2nd instar crickets, small waxworm and calci-worms.

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Lacerta viridis
(4 reserved)

£45.00

Blue poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2020 juveniles 15mm+
Probably the most popular of the poison dart frogs, this stunning species grows to a good size (around 35 - 40mm) and is relatively easy to care for. These frogs are from unrelated bloodlines but cannot be sexed.

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Dendrobates tinctorius azureus
(more available in 6 weeks)

SOLD



Anurans (frogs & toads)


Poison Frogs

Species (Vernacular) & Description
Scientific Name Price Guide (Each)

Bumblebee poison dart frog
c/b 2020 juveniles 18mm+
Great starter species. Easy to keep and breed under suitable conditions. Bold, greedy and males have a loud call. We can offer unrelated frogs. These are unsexed.

Dendrobates leucomelas Nominat
(6
reserved)

£45.00 or 4 for £160.00

Dyeing poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2020, large juveniles 30mm+
Very similar to the powder blue morph but there tends to be more white on the body and the legs are often cyan or light blue. Grows to around 50mm so quite a large tinctorius morph. These are large juveniles some of which can possibly be sexed. Not often seen in the UK.

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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Awarape'
(7 reserved)

£75.00

Dyeing poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2020, large juveniles 30mm+
Super, distinct morph possessing with powder blue or pale grey legs. These are very healthy specimens taking fruit flies, small crickets and aphids. These are unsexed.

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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Powder Blue/Grey Legged'
(2 left)

£55.00

Dyeing poison dart frog
UK-produced c/b 2020 grown-on juveniles 25mm+
Stunning Brazilian morph discovered relatively recently and now becoming popular in the hobby. These specimens are growing well but are not currently sexable.

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Dendrobates tinctorius Tumucumaque
(3 available
)

£210.00 /3

Maranon poison dart frog
UK c/b 2021 juveniles 15mm+
Stunning species from isolated spots in Peru. Relatively easy to keep in captivity as is tolerant of a fairly wide temperature range. These are fantastic UK-captive-bred specimens all well grown juveniles from two unrelated bloodlines.

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Excidobates mysteriosus
(4 left)

£70.00

 


     
Other Frogs & Toads & Caecilians
Species (Vernacular) & Description
Scientific Name Price Guide (Each)

European yellow bellied toad
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2020
juveniles 15 - 20mm
This species is proving difficult to obtain these days and this is first time we have been able to offer them for quite some time. Superb hardy species for the temperate semi-aquatic set-up or can even be kept in a greenhouse or outdoor vivarium in protected places. We can offer unrelated specimens. These are some excess specimens from one of our outdoor vivaria.

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Bombina variegata variegata
(6 left)

£12.50

Oriental fire-bellied toad (Korean green form)
UK-produced c/b 2021 grown juveniles 15 - 25mms 15 - 25mm+
An attractive, easy-to-keep species requiring a semi-aquatic setup with lots of pond weed and a small basking area. These are plump healthy toads taking fruit flies, 1st instar crickets, chopped worm and small waxworm. Increasingly difficult to source in the UK.

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Bombina orientalis
(6 reserved)
£20.00

Surinam horned frog
c/b 20
21 juveniles 18mm
Sought-after species with prodigious appetites. Requires a humid, tropical environment with an open neutral compost and lots of leaves in which it will sit and wait for its prey to encroach into range where it will launch itself snaring the prey with its huge mouth. These are the red/brown form.

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Ceratophrys cornuta
(1 reserved)

£75.00
American green tree frog
Adults 35 - 40mm
A hardy tree frog that makes a great vivarium or greenhouse subject.
Males possess a loud melodius call. Feeding on 2nd/3rd instar crickets, waxmoths and curly-wing flies. Becoming increasingly difficult to source in the UK.

Hyla cinerea
(2 left)

£25.00
Golden Mantella
UK-produced c/b 2021 grown-on juveniles 12 - 16mm
Stunning Madagascan species which is a fantastic, bold addition to any amphibian collection. Prefers cooler temperatures than most dartfrogs ideally in the 65 - 72°F range. We have a small number of froglets that are just turning orange and are taking springtails, pinhead crickets and melanogaster fruitflies.

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Mantella aurantiaca
(16 left)
£55.00 or £210.00 /4

Bumblebee toad
UK-produced c/b 2021 large juveniles 15 - 20mm
These are stunning diurnal toads from shrub and arable areas of Paraguay and Argentina. Females are larger than males. Most of the toads previously described as Melanophryniscus stelzneri in the hobby are probably this species.
These are genuine UK-produced specimens that are in superb condition and taking pinhead crickets, aphids and fruit fly.

Melanophryniscus klappenbachi
(12 left)

£50.00

 

 

     

Caudata (newts & salamanders) & Caecilians (Gymnophiona)

Species (Vernacular) & Description (size is snout - tail tip)
Scientific Name Price Guide
Spotted salamander
UK-produced c/b 2020 juveniles 40mm+
Lovely eastern North American mole salamander. Very hardy and quite secretive. Easy to keep. These are recently morphed juveniles taking small worms, slugs, live bloodworm and small wax worm.

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Ambystoma maculatum
(6 left)

£30.00

California climbing salamander
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2020 juveniles 5cm+
Impressive tree-dwelling species from California. Males in particular develop large mandible muscles and will not hesitate to attack and bite when provoked. Excellent species for captivitry requiring an arboreal vivarium with a large oak or other deciduous log in which to hide and lay its eggs. Feeding on crickets, waxworm, spiders and similar. Juveniles take 2 - 3 years to reach maturity. We will provide a care sheet when purchased. We can provide unrelated specimens from 3 successful pairings.

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Aneides lugubris
(
6 available)

£75.00 or £210.00 /3

Oita salamander
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2020 large juveniles 75mm+
Rarely available genus in the UK this is one of the rarer pond-dweller species in Japan but is relatively easy to breed in captivity. Currently taking small worms and crickets. Keep cool.


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Hynobius dunni
(3 available)

£60.00 or £150.00 /3

Hokkaido Salamander
UK-produced c/b 2020 juveniles 50mm+
Rarely available salamander from the north Japan island of Hokkaido.
Needs a cool woodland-style vivarium with a reasonable water area. Adults attain 11 - 20cm. Generally a brown colour but often with gold fleck along the head and dorsum. Feeds on insects, grubs and worms.

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Hynobius retardus
(4 left)

£40.00

Southern Italian Alpine newt
UK-produced c/b 2020 adults 80mm+
Rarely available subspecies of alpine newt from the Calabrian region of southern Italy where it is restricted to just 5 lakes. Fortunately quite easy to breed in captivity. Adults grow to be slightly larger than the nominate form but are otherwise similar. A highly aquatic subspecies too but general care as for the nominate form.

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Ichthyosaura alpestris inexpectatus
(1 sexed pair left)

 

£50.00 /pair

Bulgarian fire salamander
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2021juveniles 40mm+
A stout subspecies the original adults of these specimens are from the Pirin Mountains in Bulgaria. The adults have quite a triangular head and the body is very stout. These are taking small crickets, worms, slugs and wax worm.

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Salamandra salamandra beshkovi
(2 reserved)

SOLD

Orange/Red Solling Lined fire salamander
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2021 juveniles 40mm+
Stunning high-orange/red subspecies found in the Solling region of Germany. Very sought after form. Easy to keep. Taking worms, slugs, wax worm and crickets.

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Salamandra salamandra terrestris Solling Red
(2 left)

SOLD

Solling Lined fire salamander
Dartfrog-produced c/b 2021 juveniles 40mm+
Stunning high-orange/red subspecies found in the Solling region of Germany. Very sought after form. Easy to keep. Taking worms, slugs, wax worm and crickets.

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Salamandra salamandra terrestris Solling Yellow
(3 left)

SOLD

Italian crested newt
c/b 2020 grown-on juveniles 45- 55mm
Large species, easy to keep & very aggressive feeder. Becomes quite aquatic with age. These specimens are too small to sex.


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Triturus carnifex
(6 left)

£45.00

Southern crested newt
c/b 2020 grown-on juveniles 50 - 60mm
The largest of the Triturus species, easy to keep & very aggressive feeder. Becomes quite aquatic with age. These specimens are too small to sex.

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Triturus karelinii
(2 available)

£110.00 /2

Marbled newt
c/b 2020 large juveniles 50mm+
Gorgeous species, long-lived and relatively easy to breed once established. These are unsexed juveniles and will mature in 12 - 18 months.

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Triturus marmoratus
(3 left)

£150.00 /3

 

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