Wow! That would be the first Rana tavasensis on iNat! Of the choices: http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identotron?observation_id=69563#q=&place=7183&taxon=25474
Its defintely not European Common Frog (Rana temporaria) or Agile Frog (Rana dalmatina). How do you rule out Iranian Long-Legged Frog (Rana macrocnemis), Taurus Frog (Rana holtzi) & Greek frog (Rana graeca) (unfortunately iNat doesn't have pictures of the last 2)
It's an endemic brown frog species from Turkey. It's livig only Southwestern Anatolia region in Turkey. Tavas frog is similiar Rana macrocnemis and Rana camerani. I made a web page about Tavas frog:
Very cool! Would you add it to the global amphibian bioblitz project? It would be a new species for the project!
However the location seem to be a little inaccurate.
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