IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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The eggs of Allobates talamancae are laid in the leaf litter and usually guarded by the male (Ibanez et al 1999). Once the tadpoles hatch, the male or female (depending on the population, Summers 2000), carries them to a small stream to continue development (Ibanez et al 1999, Summers 2000).


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Source: Amphibians of Panama

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