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Tree-Frog

Description:

Night active, about 20-25mm in size.

Habitat:

Shrub-vegetation 100 from the beach of the Indian Ocean



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6 Comments

Tiz
Tiz 5 years ago

Oh, and BTW, I like your suggestion Faredin... But I am a bit lost in "what to look for" in the world of frogs...

Tiz
Tiz 5 years ago

Thanks Faredin and Injica for your comments and engagement in this frog :)
I dont know anything about frogs :), but I guess I can add the "tree frog" to the common name at least?

FaredinAliyevski
FaredinAliyevski 5 years ago

Yes, it's from Central Africa but it has been spotted closer Tina's location. But of course there are more than 100 species in South Africa so let Tina work on it :)

injica
injica 5 years ago

i'm not sure it lives there

FaredinAliyevski
FaredinAliyevski 5 years ago

It could be Chiromantis rufescens, but wait for some professional to take care of it :). Btw, it's in category 'Plants' instead 'Amphibians'.

injica
injica 5 years ago

That's some kind of tree frog

Mozambique

Lat: -24.51, Long: 35.19

Spotted on Aug 11, 2013
Submitted on Aug 16, 2013

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