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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

What

Green Puddle Frog Occidozyga lima

Observer

martingrimm

Date

January 27, 2012 10:22 AM ICT

Photos / Sounds

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What

Green Puddle Frog Occidozyga lima

Observer

martingrimm

Date

January 27, 2012 10:24 AM ICT

Photos / Sounds

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What

Common skittering frog Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis

Observer

neilmoths

Date

February 11, 2014

Place

Sinharaja (Google, OSM)

Description

Several in pool by Sinaraja Education Centre

Photos / Sounds

Observer

kogia

Date

November 20, 2013 11:04 PM GMT

Description

Pretty common wherever there were bodies of water around Gunjur and they seem to be permanent residents of Footsteps Lodge's fantastic dipping pool, but this one was out on one of the scrubland trails after rains.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

kogia

Date

November 15, 2013 06:55 PM GMT

Description

Pretty common wherever there were bodies of water around Gunjur and they seem to be permanent residents of Footsteps Lodge's fantastic dipping pool.

Photos / Sounds

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Observer

kogia

Date

November 14, 2013 08:33 PM GMT

Description

Pretty common wherever there were bodies of water around Gunjur and they seem to be permanent residents of Footsteps Lodge's fantastic dipping pool.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

yaofong_tsao

Date

July 31, 2010

Tags

Photos / Sounds

What

Genus Hoplobatrachus Genus Hoplobatrachus

Observer

chamaeleo

Date

January 9, 2014 10:30 PM IST

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Near pond in a grassy field in farmland. General area farmland close to Wilpattu
Possibly Hoplobathachus crassus?

Photos / Sounds

What

Indian cricket frog (Fejervarya limnocharis) Fejervarya limnocharis

Observer

chamaeleo

Date

January 8, 2014 01:05 PM IST

Description

Frog by canal.

Photos / Sounds

What

Common skittering frog Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis

Observer

dr_sgupta

Date

November 25, 2013

Description

After the National Seminar on Climate Change and Biodiversity at CBCNR, CUO in Koraput, Odisha from 23.11.2013 to 24.11.2013 my research group visited the famous Gupteswar temple on 25.11.2013. We took a trail to the Sitakund (a wetland) from 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm. We observed a Common Skittering frog (Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis) in the surface of that Wetland. Initially it was unidentified. Later on it was identified by Sarmistha Dey (https://www.researchgate.net/post/Please_help_me_to_identify_this_species2).

Photos / Sounds

Date

August 16, 2013 01:47 PM MST

Description

location corrected; VI116

Photos / Sounds

Date

August 4, 2013 11:23 AM MST

Description

location corrected VI054

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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.