Hi, I've spent some time in Eastern Panama in the Bocas Del Toro region with the Institute of Tropical Ecology and Conservation. We did a lot of work with O. pumilio, checking out the islands and collecting data on frogs. Data collected was mostly size, sex and some population density. All frogs were released shortly after capture. I won't be posting locales, just to keep populations safe. Here are some of my favourite photos. Glass frogs, pumilio and auratus were quite common near this stream.