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Harlequin frog

Atelopus sp

Habitat:

Forest - subtropical/tropical moist lowland wetlands.

Notes:

And incredible frog, Atelopus are disappearing rapidly.

2 Species ID Suggestions

peter
peter 10 years ago


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18 Comments

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 2 years ago

Fantastic shot of a rare pink morph! Usually they are yellow, I just posted the same species but from Suriname. I agree with it being A. hoogmoedi.

Gorgeous !

MayraSpringmann
MayraSpringmann 10 years ago

Incríveis cores!!!

Ismael Chaves
Ismael Chaves 10 years ago

I just added the spotting you helped me to ID http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/766...

Ismael Chaves
Ismael Chaves 10 years ago

Chris, can you post the link of the mission?

Chris Carille
Chris Carille 10 years ago

I would love if you added this beauty to the Amphibians of the World mission.

Leuba Ridgway
Leuba Ridgway 10 years ago

a good looking frog - so disappointing that they are disappearing.

Wild Things
Wild Things 10 years ago

Lovely pic Daniel and congrats.

Ismael Chaves
Ismael Chaves 10 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!

CarolSnowMilne
CarolSnowMilne 10 years ago

Congratulations! Wonderful photo!

Chris Carille
Chris Carille 10 years ago

Fantastic spotting! Congrats on the SOTD!

DanielVelho
DanielVelho 10 years ago

Thank's.

NicoleLook
NicoleLook 10 years ago

Congratulations on Spotting of the Day!

Jonathan Sequeira
Jonathan Sequeira 10 years ago

http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/712...

This is another Atelopus sp supposedly extinct, the photograph I did in 1987, and make it digital,
so thats why the bad resolution.
I love the genus of frog.
Great picture

peter
peter 10 years ago

Spotting of the Day!

"The Harlequin frog represents a disappearing lineage of brightly-colored neotropical amphibians. They are a rare, undescribed species and science knows very little about them."

http://facebook.com/projectnoah/posts/25...
http://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/14...

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 10 years ago

Good one..

Gina9210
Gina9210 11 years ago

Wow, this one is a fashion diva! and a strong character too!! :-))

DanielVelho
Spotted by
DanielVelho

Potaro-Siparuni, Guyana

Spotted on Jun 23, 2010
Submitted on Aug 11, 2011

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