Harlequin frog


Harlequin frog

Harlequin frog is a non-scientific name for any of several varieties of frog or toad, including the following:

* "Atelopus", a genus of South American toads
* Harlequin Poison Frog ("Dendrobates histrionicus"), a species of South American poison dart frog


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