Jumped out of leaf litter near bamboo on the main tourist trail next to the beach by camp. Certainly a Microhylid, it looks like a Stumpffia species, not sure though.
Not sure what this is, probably a Stumpffia species? Gravid female.
Found several individuals in leaf litter in the morning after rain on the trail that runs along the beach by camp.
Probably Mantidactylus aff. betsileanus "Toamasina" in Glaw & Vences 2007 field guide, or something like this. They were abundant in the day and night just about everywhere there was freshwater.
Subadult Platypelis grandis found on a tree at night close to the camp on Nosy Mangabe.
Gephyromantis luteus were abundant and noisy at night on Nosy Mangabe.
Probably an undescribed Platypelis species, located on vegetation at night along a stream near a dam, in a place called "score", probably part of Farankaraina, an hour by canoe north of Andranofotsy.
Blommersia species found next to s tream that leads to a dam an hour north by canoe from Andranofotsy in a forest called "score", probably part of Farankaraina. Not sure on the species, possibly B. variabilis or B. blommersae.
Found at night along a stream in Farankaraina near the main camping area.
Gephyromantis leucomaculatus found at night near a stream in Farankaraina.
Found in shallow pools of water near streams in Farankaraina. Probably these are not Mantidactylus biporus but one of the many aff. biporus in the Glaw & Vences 2007 field guide.
Found several individuals in the morning in piles of dead leaves next to camp at Farankaraina.
Mantidactylus charlotteae found in the morning at Farankaraina along the main tourist trail near camp.
We found a number of B. roseipalmatus at night on the stream near camp at Farankaraina Tropical Park.
Guibemantis timidus found at night on the stream near camp at Farankaraina. Several individuals were heard calling along the straem this night.
Gephyromantis luteus found at night next to a stream near the dam close to camp at Farankaraina.
Found at night downstream from the dam near camp.
Found at dusk calling in leaf litter by the eating/camping area at Farankaraina Tropical Park. At first we called it Anodonthyla from the call, but it does not have toepads and looks like a Stumpffia, not sure on the species.