1 adult calling
Tadpoles and newly-metamorphosed juveniles
Pale underbelly and chin, grey front and back legs, mottled around the joints, irises amber on top, white on bottom, no webbing on front toes, fully webbed back toes, ridge over eardrum (same size as eye), brown stripe from back of eye to back leg, orange brown back, 2 darker brown stripes along back, patterned brown on back legs, big splodge on each leg, pointy snout, discs larger on front toes than back, grey mottled back leg joints
Dark band behind eye over eardrum, no webbing front toes, partial webbing back toes
Hour glass shape but green on clay red background with green spots, ridge from base of head to hips, no webbing on front toes, fully webbed back toes except large fourth toe, large disc pads, amber iris
At night in Vijaya Nagar, Jabalpur.
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".