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Large tree frog about 7 to 8 cm long. it is nocturnal, during the day time frequently seen in large leaves not to far from the forest floor. this particular individual was seen fresting on a Alpinia ginger, but after the first pictures it jump to another plant . one of the main characteristics of this wonderful frog is, it silvery eyes.
Rainforest, gardens in edges of forest
Smilisca phaeota is capable of changing color. It can change the color of its upper surface to tan or green. They are usually tan during the day and change to green during the night (Leenders 2001). Similar species include:1) Smilisca baudinii, which differs from S. phaeota by the former's lack of reticulate flanks and white stripes on the lip, forearm, and leg. 2)Smilisca puma, which is smaller and has little or no webbing (Savage 2002). (Taken from internet)