Phyllobates terribilis Mint are very easy to breed. Eggs are laid on petri dishes and on smooth leaves mostly. Best kept in a 1.1.0 pair (1 male & 1 female) but do great in groups as well. Females are usually Larger and have a thicker chest region. Males display black throats and have a loud call once mature.
Phyllobates terribilis Mint reach maturity within 14-24 months. once established they can lay eggs every 7-10 days. Morphing time is 60-100 days.
Tanks should be kept at 70%-100% at all times. Automatic Misting Systems help to keep humidity in check.