Jul 15, 2015
Category: General
Posted by: osn

 

- More species and photos to look at in the species overview list.
Please have a look at these species:

> A. reticulatus
> A. glyphus

> A. certus
> A. chiriquiensis
> A. oxapampae
> A. sorianoi

 



Our Motivation

The Atelopus are disappearing rapidly in Latin America and we, in the role of frog-lovers, would hate to see them disappear from their natural habitat. We have build this website to get more attention for these lovely beings and we hope to get more people to recognize this problem. Let's hope this website is not the last place where you can see the Atelopus species in the future.

 

Monitoring Atelopus

It's interesting to know about how the status is of the diffrent Atelopus populations. If you have been in a population recently or at least later then published here, please tell us. We will publish the recieved information, photos or just the latest seen list.
If you have any information that you want to share, please e-mail us

 

Help Wanted

Atelopus.com has been asking for someone to volontary help out with writing editing and putting information together. Interest and english language has been requested as the most important skills.