It is a medium sized frog arborcola of which is between 5 cm and 7. 5 cm. The physics characteristics are more obvious red eyes. The back and legs are usually bright lime green, and the sides of his body are blue and yellow stripes. Their feet are also bright orange with large pads they use to climb. The inside of the legs is blue. The lack of replica is from October to March, during the rainy season as it is for the majority of frogs. The mating ritual begins with music and loud croaking of a male, which rapids are also other male croaks the area, which share common goal of attracting females. This strong Contina croaking while males jump from one sheet to another in a mad attempt to establish a territory. When the loud croaking his lllega an clmax, tremor occurs: males A. callidryas inflate their vocal cavities and four legs in an attempt to attract females and deter other males from entering its territory. During this process, at least two males confront each s and make your lime green body pillow shake violently. This ritual shaking establishes a territory and demonstrates the strength and intimidacin. During this process, including minimally triggered by motion, may fight with other males, and often rises above each other. The male performs amplexus with the female before egg laying. If the female are ready to try to dislodge the male. Sometimes mantendrn in amplexus for das. When you're willing to spawning, the female (with males in amplexus) down into the water to get water into your bladder. She then climbs onto a sheet who is hanging over the water and place one egg mass (about 20-50). This can be repeated 3 to 4 times. When the females enter the water, is something as like entering a war zone for the male, who even joined est back, because if other males are the couple may try to fight the male over the female and take his place. If you have success, also have the opportunity to fertilize eggs. The tadpoles leave the cascarn after about 7 days and slide into the water where frogs become arborcolas, despus 75 to 80 das . . The name for this species callidryas derived from the Greek word "Kallos" meaning beautiful and "dryas", meaning tree nymph and hence the appropriate name: the beautiful tree nymph. There is a theory qeu spectacular red eye - besides its other brands brilliant - have been developed as a trigger mechanism, the toads used to guard the presence of any predator that may appear during the day. If bothered by a predator, open their eyes red and this combination with other flash of colors that are only visible when the toad moves, can take a little time to jump out and this is sufficient for survival. Agalychnis callidryas While not toxic, otherwise rely heavily on camouflage and discretion to avoid predation in the wild. It lives in tropical lowland and montane forests, where forest cover is continuous from sea level up to 1250 m. Can also be found in areas where clearing has been selective. The presence of temporary or permanent pools is important. Generally regarded as abundant species. This species is threatened by habitat loss due to destruction of natural forests. . . .