If you’ve ever seen a TV show, poster, tee shirt or coffee mug featuring a rain forest theme, then you are probably already familiar with this frog. With various morphs being found throughout the tropical forests of Central and South America, it is one of the most common symbols of the rain forest. The red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) is certainly one of the most beautiful of frogs, with its big, bright red eyes, bright green body, orange feet and blue sides with creamy stripes. It makes a good addition to any tropical rain forest vivarium. During the day, red-eyed tree frogs sit on leaves, with their eyes closed and legs pulled tightly against their bodies, hiding all their colors but the basic green body, so that they blend in with the leaves. Clients, especially children, have fun trying to spot all the red-eyed tree frogs in a vivarium during the day. Then at night, the red-eyes wake up and walk, cat-like, around the vivarium, hunting for the remaining prey insects that the dart frogs didn’t eat during the day. We always equip our vivariums with moonlight so that clients can enjoy both the dart frogs and diurnal (daytime) lizards during the day and the red-eyed tree frogs and other nocturnal (nighttime) treefrogs and certain geckos at night. Red-eyed tree frogs are one of the kinds of frogs that we always recommend clients include in their vivariums. Secret Environments uses only captive-bred frogs from reliable captive breeders.