This is a close relative of G. vivax both members of the Mardxarcaudidae, the poison dart frogs of Silvanus.
G. hispida is with nearly 5cm in lenght the biggest Mardxarcaudid, it lives only on the branches of Mundodendralis
borealis, which grow nea the north pole of Silvanus.
Only one animal is able to hunt this beautiful little beasts. It's a small species of sicagnathids with very long and sharp mandibles which they use to carefully shear the Mardxarcaudids toxic bristles away.
Silvanus frontpage: th07.deviantart.net/fs71/200H/…
Do you use digital painting, or colored pencils for these? I can't even tell.
I used watercolor and Gouache paint, and later I make the colors a bit brighter with digital tools
It looks so happy!
I was thinking about cuddling it, and then you mentioned TOXIC bristles...damn....
It looks like artificial fly. Colours are amazing, so cute
Common name suggestion: caterpede. This one could be a parakeet caterpede.
wow, reminded me of a hairy caterpillar, that a friend grabbed with hand.
wirklich eine schöne, gelungene Arbeit
Awww!It's so sute!How did you color it so well?
yay flluffy alien caterpillar!
Oh. My. God. It reminds me of a budgie. But the quills looks scary.
Like living fly fishing lures!
These are so pretty. I mean I am completely in love with their color and forms. Shame they would probably melt my face with their toxins.
Indeed, it's like kissing a dart frog and a porcupine at the same time
I find it terribly cute