Golfodulcean poison frogs live on the forest floor of lowland rainforests, often close to streams. They lie in wait of insects and spiders, on which they prey. Males mark their territory with trills lasting 6–7 seconds. Mating and oviposition take place in the leaf litter. Normally, around 7–13 eggs are laid. Males are responsible
for taking care of the spawn and transport the tadpoles to a suitable waterbody.
Status according to Red List:Endangered (EN)