YNT Mar 9, 2010
As you can see, the logo for the CONCACAF U-17 Women's Championships is pretty cool and features an Dendrobates pumilio. In layman's language, it's known as a Blue-jeans frog, for obvious reasons, and is one of the most prominent frogs in Costa Rica. It's also known as the Strawberry Poison-dart frog and while very beautiful, is can also be very toxic. It's only about a inch long or less, but can pack a punch.
It has a brilliant red head and back and blue-to-purple legs that give it a coloration distinct from almost all other frogs. The Poison-dart does not eat U-17 women's soccer players, but it would be unwise to try to pick one up. It actually feeds mostly on small invertebrates, like ants and mites.