The green-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) is a species of anuran amphibian of the Hylidae family, which lives from southern Mexico to northwestern Colombia and part of Venezuela.  Most notable are its large eyes red with vertical pupil. As adults, they have bright colors all over their bodies.  Green predominates, but they usually have other colors such as blue or yellow.  The front legs have a bright blue, while the hind legs are red or orange. . The coloring of this frog is very striking. The male is smaller than the female: 56 mm and the female 71 mm. They are nocturnal and arboreal habits. The green red-eyed frog feeds primarily on insects. Among its predators can be named birds, bats and snakes. Your skin contains toxins but they are not that powerful. In Costa Rica it is called calzonuda frog.
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