Andinobates is a genus of poison dart frogs. It contains species formerly classified in the genus Dendrobates and in 2006 transferred to the genus Ranitomeya. In 2011 Twomey, Brown, et al. erected the genus Andinobates for a group of 12 species of Ranitomeya. Andinobates frogs can be distinguished from their sister taxon Ranitomeya anatomically in that their 2nd and 3rd vertebrae are fused. They show no limb reticulation, which is present in most species of Ranitomeya.

Andinobates inhabits the northern Andes of Colombia, the Chocó department, and lower Central America, whereas Ranitomeya is only found in the Amazonian basin.

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