What is a Harlequin Frog? |
In some cases, not a frog at all, but a toad. Harlequin may refer to toads in the Atelopus genus or one of the poison dart frogs in the genus Dendrobates. The Harlequin frogs are found in South America east of the Andes and in Panama. They are reported to be facing extinction as a side effect of global warming.
There are many species of Harlequin frogs and they have a wide variety of coloration. This figurine is of a species that has one of the more intricate color patterns, a beautiful bright orange with darker red and brown markings. It is depicted sitting on a bronze colored leaf.
This high quality resin figurine is part of the Country Artists collection and is hand painted and hand crafted.
Size: The frog is about 3.75" wide (toe to toe). The bronze base is about 4" wide.
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