Found in Rajah Sikatuna National Park, I'm uncertain of the id. It could be several Platymantis species that I have since researched and looks very similar to a Leptolalax species that I am more familiar with.
They were calling loudly (whistle-like) hidden within rock crevices and within rotting logs, they seemed to be very common at this location.
Found in Rajah Sikatuna National Park, I'm uncertain of the id, but P. dorsalis does seem the most appropriate.
Found in Rajah Sikatuna National Park, it looks like it has regrown its tail.
Another species that I haven't been able to identify with the online resources I was using, so help appreciated again.
Jumped across the road as we left Rajah Sikatuna National Park and then bounced away almost as fast.
Crossed the road ahead of us between mostly rice paddy fields.
Quite different skin coloration from the ones I have found in Hong Kong.
Crossed over our path at the guesthouse.
These were breeding in a small plastic container in a goat pen.
These were very common around the guesthouse I was staying in, in fact I'd never seen them in such numbers anywhere else. In one hole there seemed to be two full-sized adults and at least one very small juvenile.