Blue Poison Dart Frogs, Dendrobates azureus.
Dendrobates azureus is a species of poison dart frog found in the Sipaliwini District in Suriname of South America.
The poison dart frog is the common name for the Dendrobatidae family of small, diurnal frogs that are endemic to Central and South America. These frogs are widely referred to as poison arrow frogs or poison dart frogs, which reflectes the widespread notion that all “poison” frogs are used by South American tribes in the manufacture of poison that is spread on arrows or blow-gun darts. In reality, only three species (there are more than 175 so-called “poison arrow frog” species) are toxic enough to use for this purpose, and none are Dendrobates species, although the Dendrobates species are typically characterized by their brilliant colors and complex patterns.