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Leptolalax liui (leaf-litter toad) Leptolalax liui

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kogia

Date

August 7, 2011 10:55 PM HKT

Description

A very small frog and very easily overlooked, they make a very high-pitch irregular call sound. We have found them alongside mountain streams and on mountain paths, often hidden inside crevices between rocks or sitting flat along low streamside branches.

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kogia

Date

August 7, 2011 08:36 PM HKT

Description

Justifiably named, we always find them clinging to rocks in fast flowing streams. Although we have observed them in fewer streams than Odorrana chloronota, when we do find them, they seem to be there in larger numbers.

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Quasipaa spinosa (giant spiny frog) Quasipaa spinosa

Observer

kogia

Date

August 7, 2011 07:56 PM HKT

Description

In Hong Kong these are only found at higher altitudes on one mountain in the territory. So far, I've only found them on one occasion and the river was a fast flowing mountain cascade with very large boulders and pools.

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What

Odorrana chloronota (green cascade frog) Odorrana chloronota

Observer

kogia

Date

August 7, 2011 08:55 PM HKT

Description

We find them in similar habitats to Amolops hongkongensis, but also further away from streams and in slower flowing river areas. The females are significantly larger than the males.

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