Size: 2 - 3"
Species: Agalychnis callidryas
Red-eyed treefrogs are carnivores that feed primarily at night. The red-eyed treefrog’s green coloring permits it to stay hidden among the leaves of trees, waiting for insects or other small invertebrates to come their way. Red-eyed treefrogs eat any type of animal that fits into their mouth, but their usual diet is composed of crickets, moths, flies, grasshoppers, and sometimes even smaller frogs.