Cochranella sp probably: Cochranella euknemos
About 2.5 cm long, this frog has a translucid stomach so what you see is part of the intestines and the heart. It is considered an endangered species. The eggs are white and black, and found in a gelatinous mass suspended from the tip of a leaf. This kind of frog feeds on small insects, like flies crickets and tiny moths. This little frog has found this afternoon by my son very close to our house in San Jose.
Es considerada como una especie amenazada de extinción y está protegida y regulada por la Ley de Conservación de la Vida Silvestre No. 7317, además de la Ley Orgánica del Ambiente No. 7554 y el decreto No. 26435-MINAE.
Lat: 9.95, Long: -84.08
Spotted on Jul 6, 2012
Submitted on Jul 6, 2012
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