Phrynomantis Bifasciatus Venom is a medium-sized frog that can grow up to 75 mm. It has a moderately robust body, more elongated and depressed than many frogs. The body is carried high on its slender limbs when moving, which is generally by walking, or occasionally running, but not hopping. The head is mobile and able to move somewhat laterally. Eyes are relatively small and have circular pupils. Digit tips are expanded into truncated discs.
Phrynomantis Bifasciatus Venom is one of the few species in South Africa that carries a potent toxin on its skin. The poison works locally by irritating the skin and mucous membranes and systemically by probably affecting the heart muscle.
Phrynomantis Bifasciatus Venom have a smooth glossy rubbery skins with dark gray to black bodies and a light greyish underside. Also known by some lay people as the Red rubber banded frog, they have two distinctive reddish stripes running front to back over the back, large reddish sport on the arms and legs and a large spot on the rump. Please contact us for more information.