A seriously under-appreciated frog, Ranitomeya flavovittata is in the vanzolinii genetic group and is the smallest of the group. The call is similar to R. imitator, being slightly quieter and higher in pitch. Their light gray/white eggs are very similar (if not the same) as R. imitator or vanzolinii and were laid in horizontal film cans both in the leaf litter and stuck to the side of the vivarium.
Care: Intermediate, only due to smaller adult size, sometimes shy
Groups: Yes, even mix
Breeding: Easy, horizontal film canisters on their sides or upside down vertically
Tadpoles: Excellent parental care after deposition, recommend leaving tadpoles with parents
Froglets: Small - Medium, springtails are a help, tadpoles left with parents morph larger
Tips: Lower light levels result in bolder frogs