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Thanks, PeterJanzen for the ID :)
OK, will do that then :)
Yea, not so much with amphibians haha. You should add the other photo to this spotting as it gives a little bit different view!
Not that familiar with Frogs but for Phasmids/Stick Insects, its much easier to tell if they are adults :D
Fair enough! Not sure if telling sex will be possible though :)
Thanks again, @Ashley.I deleted it as don't want to have spottings of the same, unless I can tell if one is Male and the other is Female :p
You can keep both if you want, it's two different individuals. I was just letting you know so if you get an ID for one of them, you will also get the ID for the other :)
Thanks, @Ashley, I will remove other post :DYea, saw lots of the Frogs, sometimes they all look alike, wasn't sure if they are the same or not.
This is the same as this one: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/159... They are just different shades, but that isn't anything unusual for amphibians. Sri Lanka is way too diverse for me to be of any help, maybe someone more familiar with the area can help :) Beautiful frog though!
Spotted on Feb 14, 2014 Submitted on Feb 16, 2014