The Red-Eyed tree frog (Agalychnis Callidryas) is native to the Neotropical rainforest. The name Agalychnis callidryas comes from the Greek words kalos (beautiful) and dryas (a tree or wood nymph). The first thing you notice about these lovely green frogs is probably their bright large red eyes.
Red-eyed tree frogs are insectivores. They eat crickets, moths, grasshoppers, flies, and other insects. They are usually spotted near rivers and ponds in rainforests. Even though they are brightly colored, Red-eyed tree frogs are actually not poisonous.