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Translucent Snouted Tree Frog

Scinax fuscomarginatus


A tiny Scinax, never more than 2cm long, this species is characterised by its pointed snout and almost transulecent ventral skin which allows the organs to be visible. It is a species of grassy areas where it sings from low in vegetation overhanging water. Note the dramatic change in appearance between day and night. (

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Concepción, Paraguay

Spotted on Nov 8, 2012
Submitted on Jan 29, 2013

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