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This male hylid was found calling at night after the first rain of the season above a temporary pond along the 'Hummingbird Highway'. At least six other frog species, including the Mexican Burrowing Toad (Rhinophrynus dorsalis) and one snake (Leptodeira septentrionalis) were found in sympatry on that same night.

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Tlalocohyla loquax - Photo (c) Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad - INBio, Costa Rica., some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
herpguy's ID: Tlalocohyla loquax, a member of Tree Frogs and Allies (Family Hylidae)
Posted by herpguy almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Tlalocohyla loquax - Photo (c) Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad - INBio, Costa Rica., some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
loarie's ID: Tlalocohyla loquax, a member of Tree Frogs and Allies (Family Hylidae)
Posted by loarie almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Tlalocohyla loquax - Photo (c) Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad - INBio, Costa Rica., some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
herpguy's ID: Tlalocohyla loquax, a member of Tree Frogs and Allies (Family Hylidae)
Tlalocohyla loquax - Photo (c) Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad - INBio, Costa Rica., some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
Community ID: Tlalocohyla loquax, a member of Tree Frogs and Allies (Family Hylidae)
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