Found this Bush frog hopping among the thick grass almost at the peak.
It was very easy for us to lose it among the grass.. So we decide to place it on a boulder for a record shot.
We were perplexed what these bush frogs were doing here, a grassland.
There was no Shola forest for quiet some distance and reaching such a forest would be an impossible feat given all the obstructions it had to negotiate.
After a few shots we released it back in the same place.
We thought it might be Raorchestes kani.. Thanks to Gururaja Sir and Sandeep Das for the ID :-)
Chiang Mai province, Thailand
This rhacophorid frog was observed on a banana leaf at night in a forested area in the Cuc Phuong National Park in northern Vietnam.
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".