colorsoffauna:

Ghost Glass Frog [Centrolene Ilex] by Robin “Evil Bob” A on Flickr.

(Source: eidetic-mimic)

reptiglo:

Theloderma horridum by hisno on Flickr.
reptiglo:

Blue Jeans Dart Frog by monarchzman on Flickr.
reptiglo:

Juvenile Red-Eyed Leaf Frog by monarchzman on Flickr.
colorsoffauna:

Hyla minuta by lolodoc on Flickr.

colorsoffauna:

Hyla minuta by lolodoc on Flickr.

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colorsoffauna:

untitled by asnyder5 on Flickr.

colorsoffauna:

untitled by asnyder5 on Flickr.

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colorsoffauna:

Map treefrog by asnyder5 on Flickr.

colorsoffauna:

Map treefrog by asnyder5 on Flickr.

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colorsoffauna:

Osteocephalus by asnyder5 on Flickr.

colorsoffauna:

Osteocephalus by asnyder5 on Flickr.

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alchymista:

Caecilians

Caecilians look like worms but are actually amphibians that inhabit the wet tropical regions of south America, Africa and south east Asia. They make up one of the three orders of amphibians, alongside frogs and salamanders. Lacking any limbs but possessing a retractable sensory tentacle, caecilians - with the exception of a few aquatic species - have a burrowing lifestyle. The skin of one African species is fat and nutrient-rich, so the larvae peel this skin off the parent and eat it. Did you know?In one caecilian species a mother grows a new skin every three days as it is eaten by her larvae. 

alchymista:

Caecilians

Caecilians look like worms but are actually amphibians that inhabit the wet tropical regions of south America, Africa and south east Asia. They make up one of the three orders of amphibians, alongside frogs and salamanders. Lacking any limbs but possessing a retractable sensory tentacle, caecilians - with the exception of a few aquatic species - have a burrowing lifestyle. The skin of one African species is fat and nutrient-rich, so the larvae peel this skin off the parent and eat it. 
Did you know?
In one caecilian species a mother grows a new skin every three days as it is eaten by her larvae. 

lacelovesphotography-deactivate asked: Aww Thanks for reblogging my froggy picture! They get in my pool right as summer ends and we stop using it. Lol. Frogs are my favorite animal ever, so when summer gets here I'll send you some more! hehe

Please do! Thanks for the love. :)

lovenature:

Hylarana latouchii by terago
lacelikesgirls:

One Love Photography.

Awesome shot!

lacelikesgirls:

One Love Photography.

Awesome shot!

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