Seen on a night walk on the road through Andasibe National Park
Six Boophis burgeri were found at night, at least three perched on Pandanus, near upper Ambatomandondona dam in Andasibe National Park.
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.
Boophis boehmei in Andasibe National Park at Ambatomandondona lower dam. Sampled as part of work with www.frogprobiotics.org
Found at night along a stream in Farankaraina near the main camping area.
We found a number of B. roseipalmatus at night on the stream near camp at Farankaraina Tropical Park.
Juvenile Boophis goudotii found at night along a stream near a dam at Ankaratra.
Boophis ankaratra found at night along a stream near near the output of a dam at a lower section of the Ankaratra massif.
Boophis goudoti found in a stream during the day at Ankaratra.
Boophis williamsi found under a rock in a stream during the day at Ankaratra. Part of work with http://www.frogprobiotics.org/
Boophis is a frog genus in the family Mantellidae. Like other frogs of their family, they are small, arboreal, and colorful. They have adaptations simiar to the unrelated tree frogs. This genus can only be found on Madagascar and Mayotte Island (Comoros) and is the single member of the subfamily Boophinae.