Habitat: Columbia and Ecuador
Status: Least Concern
This colorful little treefrog is Hypsiboas picturatus, or the Imbabura Treefrog. It’s usually found along streams in closed-canopy forests and can be locally abundant, however generally uncommon.
Unfortunately, this species is declining due to habitat loss even though it is still listed as Least Concern. Luckily though, it occurs in several protected areas, including the Parque Nacional Mache Chindul and Reserva Ecológica Cotacahi-Cayapas in Ecuador.
Those eyes are simply stunning aren’t they?