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Striped Stream Frog

Strongylopus fasciatus

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Smith'sZoo 9 years ago

Great series!

Maria dB
Maria dB 9 years ago

Kei, your philosophy about wildlife is great!

Kei Heyns
Kei Heyns 9 years ago

Thanks Leuba, He is a gorgeous guy i agree!

Leuba Ridgway
Leuba Ridgway 9 years ago

Brilliant photos ! - he's a handsome froggie and your photos make him look so fresh and clean. His body looks beautifully streamlined - thanks for sharing this pic !

Kei Heyns
Kei Heyns 9 years ago

Hi Maria, yes i found it in a permanent wetland, that second shot in this series is actually the first photo i took of this specimen. And yes i most certainly put it back, i dont believe in keeping any wild animals longer than a day and displacing them from their original habitat, as that could disturb population dynamics and associated ecology. In fact i think trade in exotic species for pets is often treated irresponsibly, it has bad implications on indigenous fauna and flora with the exotics often outcompeting the natural species when they do escape (and this is more often than not). If one wants a "pretty" pet, keep it local or go travelling to see those species one is fond of. This is exactly why i like this site so much, i get to see whats out there. :)

MayraSpringmann 9 years ago


Maria dB
Maria dB 9 years ago

nice series and cute with the book description; is the second photo where you found it (and put it back)?

williefromwi 9 years ago

wonderful series

Kei Heyns
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Kei Heyns

Bitou Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa

Spotted on Mar 31, 2012
Submitted on Jun 16, 2012

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