Firebelly Toad (Bombina orientalis) Mint
These toads are still young around 4-5 months in age and are around the size of a quarter. I believe the mint coloration is a co-dominant genetic trait, meaning if you breed a mint to normal colored firebelly a percentage of the offspring would come out mint and a percentage would come out normal (but I'm not certain that is how the genetics work, just spectulating from what I have seen in breedings thus far). Since this is my first year producing the mint colored toads I can not guarantee how well they will retain the coloration into adulthood but I do have some that are over 6 months old and have not lost any of the mint coloration. The photos above show what some older juveniles look like in comparison to an adult green toad and also what an adult mint looks like.