Not sure whether or not to call this Spinomantis aglavei or S. fimbriatus. It was smaller than most S. aglavei I have seen, 37 mm, and looks a little different, but perhaps it was a juvenile rather than S. fimbriatus. Found on a tree at night in Andasibe National Park near the upper dam.
Six Boophis burgeri were found at night, at least three perched on Pandanus, near upper Ambatomandondona dam in Andasibe National Park.
Boophis boehmei in Andasibe National Park at Ambatomandondona lower dam. Sampled as part of work with www.frogprobiotics.org
Boophis sibilans found at night near upper Ambatomandondona dam in Andasibe National Park. Only B. sibilans heard calling rather than albipunctatus or B. luciae.
Looks like Boophis tasymena but there were many frogs calling that sounded like B. erythrodactylus. Found at night near the upper Ambatomandondona dam in Andasibe National Park.
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 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.
Guibemantis timidus found at night on the stream near camp at Farankaraina. Several individuals were heard calling along the straem this night.
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.
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.
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.
A number of individuals found at night along streams in Farankaraina, often perched on leaves ~1 meter or less above ground or on mossy rocks.
The HerpetoGasy BioBlitz is a citizen-science effort to harness amateur observations of reptiles and amphibians to enhance our understanding of the distribution and conservation status of Madagascar's unique fauna. The project is a regional node of the Global Amphibian BioBlitz and the ...more ↓
The HerpetoGasy BioBlitz is a citizen-science effort to harness amateur observations of reptiles and amphibians to enhance our understanding of the distribution and conservation status of Madagascar's unique fauna. The project is a regional node of the Global Amphibian BioBlitz and the Global Reptile BioBlitz efforts presented by the IUCN/SSC Amphibian and Reptile Specialist Groups. Sahonagasy means "Malagasy frogs", and is the name given to some initiatives within the project "A Conservation Strategy for the Amphibians of Madagascar" less ↑