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Recent observations

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Observer

i_c_riddell

Date

March 19, 2014 07:16 AM CAT

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Genus Pseudophilautus Genus Pseudophilautus

Observer

prakrit

Date

July 25, 2014

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What

Common Tree Frog Polypedates leucomystax

Observer

dave_k_h

Date

August 8, 2014

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Square

Observer

avrajjalghosh

Date

July 29, 2014

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

easy_go

Date

July 13, 2014 08:02 PM HST

Description

斑腿泛樹蛙

Photos / Sounds

Observer

mrfish33

Date

July 4, 2014

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Hainan stream tree frogs love to sun themselves on rocks.

Tags

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What

Amboli bush frog Pseudophilautus amboli

Observer

vipinbaliga

Date

June 14, 2014

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Amboli bush frogs - In amplexus

There were lots of Amboli bush frogs in the area we stayed in Agumbe. We were surrounded by loud calls.. But spotting them is a different story..

We found 3 pairs of Amboli bush frogs in amplexus. All of them were found on the ground.

The calling males were perched on leaves. 1 male was slowly approaching this pair in amplexus.

I found 1 male just observing another pair in amplexus from 3 inches away. He never made a move. Their agreement seemed to work ;-D

The female would occasionally move with the male on its back. But nothing much happened that night.

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Common Tree Frog Polypedates leucomystax

Observer

carmelo_lopez

Date

April 23, 2010

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Square

What

Grey Foam-nest Treefrog Chiromantis xerampelina

Observer

carmelo_lopez

Date

October 31, 2010

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What

Kani Bushfrog Pseudophilautus kani

Observer

chiefredearth

Date

May 24, 2014

Place

Kallar (Google, OSM)

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

floresmimi07

Date

May 23, 2014

Description

Rhacophorus pardalis (Harlequin tree frog) is a frog species that belongs to the family Rhacophoridae. The status of this species is least concern as categorized by the IUCN because of its wide distribution. It inhabits both primary and secondary rainforests and breeds near swampy pools. The major threat for this frog species is logging and prevention of further deforestation is the most recommended conservation measure. This species was observed during its breeding season as shown in the photo.

Photos / Sounds

What

斑腿泛樹蛙 Polypedates megacephalus

Observer

sunnetchan

Date

May 9, 2014 09:16 PM HKT

Description

Hong Kong Whipping Frog 斑腿泛樹蛙 (Polypedates megacephalus) - 昨晚放工仍是絲絲細雨時,已見有兩三隻這中吸力超強的青蛙爬上兩米多高的圍場,似乎已意識到大水淹至! 記起十多年前搬入新界,每逢落雨佢地都在高奏情歌,現在已越來越少見到牠們,疏落的呼喚似是最後的哀號........

Reference
http://www.afcd.gov.hk/tc_chi/conservation/hkbiodiversity/database/popup_record.asp?id=3102&lang=tc

Thanks Macro Chan for identifying this

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Description from Wikipedia

The Rhacophoridae are a family of frog species, which occur in tropical regions of Asia and Africa. They are commonly known as shrub frogs, or more ambiguously as "moss frogs" or "bush frogs". Some Rhacophoridae are called "tree frogs". Among the most spectacular members of this family are numerous "flying frogs".

No range data available.