Scientific Name: Ranitomeya imitator ‘Veradero’
Common Name: Veradero
Native Habitat: Peru
Line: Understory Enterprise Import
Sexual Maturity: ~ 8 -10 months
Average Size: ~ .5 - .75 inches
Description: Ranitomeya imitator 'Veradero' are a truly stunning thumbnail species. They are relatively bold and can almost always be seen. The males have an audible rasping sound similar to the sound a cricket makes. They do well in groups as well as in pairs, and are an excellent addition to any collection!
Posted by Stephen Pretorius on 28th Jan 2013
Todd, sold me a pair of Veradero darts. They are amazing. We drove up from Millcreek to Logan to pick them up. Got them home and they are so healthy and happy. The male started calling right away and both frogs were exploring their new home right away. I also picked up some Flies, and supplies. Todd even threw in an extra culture for free! Thanks Todd.
Posted by Chelsie on 5th Apr 2011
I got 2 of these frogs shipped to me less than a week ago, and they are out all the time! The love checking out the tank as well as eat anything that moves. Very healthy and extremely bold! Better than I could have asked for. Thanks Tropical Ecos.