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Recent observations

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What

Crab-Eating Frog (Fejervarya cancrivora) Fejervarya cancrivora

Observer

ttadevosyan

Date

April 15, 2015 09:46 PM MAGT

Photos / Sounds

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Observer

shailendra

Date

February 15, 2015

Place

Sunderban (Google, OSM)

Description

Indian Green Frog (Euphlyctis hexadactylus) also known as the green pond frog and Indian five-fingered frog, is a common species of aquatic frog found in India.
Smooth skin and large eardrum. Eyes are placed more towards the head. body leaf-green or darker, often with yellow pale vertebral stripe runs from snout to vent. Fingers free, toes pointed and fully webbed.
It is a largely aquatic species, found in most types of waterbodies, and in various habitats, where it is associated with aquatic vegetation.
The diet of adult green pond frogs is unusual in that plant leaves and some flowers constitute a large part of their diets. However, they also consume invertebrates and small vertebrates. Juveniles, however, are insectivores.
Breeds after the first rain. Eggs laid in ponds and paddyfields and other fresh waterbodies with water plants.

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

What

Indian Five-fingered Frog Euphlyctis hexadactylus

Observer

chamaeleo

Date

February 21, 2015 03:30 PM IST

Place

A2 (Google, OSM)

Description

Location to be updated - near Unawatuna, South coast. Accuracy needs updating to 1.5km

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

What

Indian Bullfrog Hoplobatrachus tigerinus

Observer

yatinkalki

Date

December 25, 2014

Photos / Sounds

Observer

nickh

Date

July 2, 2014

Description

Found in mangrove forest near small pool. Only one small individual present.

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What

Asian Grass Frog Fejervarya limnocharis

Observer

jmaughn

Date

January 19, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

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What

Chinese Edible Frog Hoplobatrachus rugulosus

Observer

jmaughn

Date

January 18, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

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What

Asian Grass Frog Fejervarya limnocharis

Observer

jmaughn

Date

January 15, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

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What

Alpine Cricket Frog Fejervarya limnocharis

Observer

jmaughn

Date

January 14, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

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What

Alpine Cricket Frog Fejervarya limnocharis

Observer

jmaughn

Date

January 13, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Indus Valley Bullfrog Hoplobatrachus tigerinus

Observer

martinmandak

Date

December 10, 2014

Description

Researchers' camp and its surroundings

Photos / Sounds

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What

Indus Valley Bullfrog Hoplobatrachus tigerinus

Observer

martinmandak

Date

December 10, 2014

Description

Approximate location

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Description from Wikipedia

The true frogs, family Ranidae, have the widest distribution of any frog family. They are abundant throughout most of the world, occurring on most continents except Antarctica. The true frogs are present in North America, northern South America, Europe, Asia, Madagascar, Africa, and from the East Indies to New Guinea; the species native to Australia—the Australian wood frog (Hylarana daemelii)—is restricted to the far north.

No range data available.