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Mountain Hour glass Tree frog

Taruga eques

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Chamalka Dulmini
Chamalka Dulmini 4 years ago

Thank u Akki!

Bhagya Herath
Bhagya Herath 4 years ago

Beautiful spotting Cha..... Congradz......

Chamalka Dulmini
Chamalka Dulmini 4 years ago

Thank u Dilan and Sew

Dilan Chathuranga
Dilan Chathuranga 4 years ago

Congrats Chamalka!!Nice!

Sew 4 years ago

woooow cha..this is tooooooo awesome girl..happy for u..nicely captured..

Chamalka Dulmini
Chamalka Dulmini 4 years ago

Thank you Lisa,Sau and Adi!!!

Adarsha B S
Adarsha B S 4 years ago

Congratulations Cha :) :Endemic to Lanka only :)
So It's Lanka special :) :)

That spiny edged leaves look familiar..Isn't it?
Do you know ID of that plant?

Beautiful congrats cha ! :)

LisaPowers 4 years ago

Congrats! This spotting is being featured as a PN Fun Fact:

Project Noah Fun Fact: Treefrogs are but one of the many types of frogs in the world. They have specialized toe pads that allow them to cling to vegetation, rocks, trees and other surfaces. Currently there are approximately 6430 species of frogs known to science. They compose over 439 genera and belong to 55 different families. The mountain hour glass treefrog is endemic to Sri Lanka and can be found no where else in the world.

Sri Lanka

Lat: 7.47, Long: 80.79

Spotted on May 31, 2014
Submitted on Jun 1, 2014

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