I just got my first dart frog a week ago from a local reptile shop that is well regarded. I bought it as a Dendrobates tinctorius "Citronella", but now that it has been spending more time where I can see it, I noticed something doesn't look quite right. At first I though it was just stressed from transport, since I read that the blue coloration on the feet and lower body on Citronellas can fade due to stress, but there is still no blue coloration visible a week later even though the frog seems comfortable. I don't know how old it is, but it is about 2 inches from snout to vent. Is it just a weird-looking Tinc Citronella? or could it be a hybrid or another species altogether? It really looks like a yellow Adelphobates galactonotus to me which worries me because they are not legal in the U.S. Help please!
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