The tomato frog, Dyscophus guineti, is an amphibian from the Microhylidae family and lives in the primary forests of Madagascar.
Least Concern (LC)
The male is yellow-orange in colour, whereas the female is a deeper red-orange.
If it feels threatened, the tomato frog inflates its body and displays its colour, brighter in females. Its skin secretes a toxin which is not dangerous but irritating and sticky, and which sticks to the teeth of any predators attempting to catch it.