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Red-eyed tree frogs, as their name states, have red eyes with vertically narrowed noses, and a vibrant green body with yellow and blue vertically striped sides, and orange or yellow webbed feet and toes.
Luckily, its conservation status is LC, Least Concern
Spotted on Jan 15, 2013
Submitted on Jan 15, 2013
and 33 other people favorited this spotting
32 Comments (1–25)
Why, thank you, Ceejayalyssa!
Thank you again for your support, Patty! =)
CONGRATULATIONS ONCE MORE TOUCAN!! =)
Thanks a lot, J!
Thank you so much, Karen! I never expected to have SOTD! It's an honour!!
And thank you Luis, Patty, Nuwan, Hema, Reza, Leana, Kittuandme, Fyn, Carol, António, and Outdoor Education for your support! I'm so sorry I couldn't reply before...
beautiful capture Toucan,congrats on the SOTD,thanks for sharing
Congratulations! One of my favorite kind of frogs.
Awesome spot! Congrats!
Congrats Toucan on this wonderful SotD !!
awesome and cute!!
CoNgrAtuLaTioNs!!!!!!!!! Delightful frog and BEAUTIFUL picture !!!!!! Felicitaciones y un gran abrazo =)
Congrats Toucan! This colorful little frog has been chosen as spotting of the day!
The red-eyed tree frog flashes its brightly colored body parts when startled. It sleeps by day with its eyes closed and body markings covered, stuck to the underside of leaves.
Thank you, Mayra!
Thank you very much for the beautiful comment, Patty! Enjoy your holidays too!
Wonderful frog and picture! These frogs are so amazingly beautiful and the picture is really clear too. For me it deserves to be a spotting of the day; it is really beautiful. Un gran abrazo y que sigan disfrutando muchísimo el viaje. See you soon =)
Gracias, Hugo. Agalychnis callidryas también es una de mis ranas favoritas.
la fovorita de mi hija, que buena foto