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    • Cruziohyla calcarifer
    • Agalychnis calcarifer

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samuelvaldes

Date

May 13, 2015

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devinedmonds

Date

August 2, 2013

Description

Observed at night near an artificial breeding site at the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center.

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holzheuser

Date

June 6, 2013 07:01 PM CDT

Description

Found on the lower branches of a tree

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asydabass

Date

October 25, 2011

Description

Found after dark at 730 m asl. resting on a Melastomataceae seedling approx. 1.5m from the forest floor.

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Date

March 16, 2012

Description

Egg mass

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jplarry

Date

December 24, 2011 08:47 PM EST

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Description

Gray-Eyed Tree Frog (Cruziohyla calcarifer) from La Selva, Costa Rica.

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lensgazer

Date

December 6, 2008 09:44 AM HST

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diego

Date

May 20, 2011

Description

Puesta de huevos

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victoracosta

Date

November 5, 2009

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Description

Observation made in Sarapiquí, Costa Rica. The queen of the tree frogs, my favorite one.

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Description from Wikipedia

The splendid leaf frog, Cruziohyla calcarifer, is a tree frog of the Hylidae family native to the Caribbean slopes of southeastern Nicaragua and eastern Honduras southwards through Costa Rica and Panama to Pacific lowlands of Colombia and northwestern Ecuador. It might represent a composite of cryptic species. It is a nocturnal, arboreal frog inhabiting primary humid lowland forest. It comes down only to breed in tree holes and in small fishless pools.

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Conservation Summary

    Source: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. . Downloaded on 10 November 2011.
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