GOLFODULCEAN POISON FROG
Golfodulcean poison frogs are primarily black with gold, yellow, or red-orange dorsal stripes starting at the pelvis going to its head, around its nose, and back down to the other side. The legs are black, speckeled with gold, green and turquoise Golfodulcean poison frogs are toxic. Their bright coloration warns potential predators of their toxicity. It has been shown that poison dart frogs in captivity lose their toxicity (even if they were wild caught). This is because the toxin is produced relying on insects (primarily a species of ant) that the frogs eat in the wild.