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Forest - subtropical/tropical moist lowland wetlands.
And incredible frog, Atelopus are disappearing rapidly.
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.
Awesome! Thanks! http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8001...
I just added the spotting you helped me to ID http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/766...
Chris, can you post the link of the mission?
I would love if you added this beauty to the Amphibians of the World mission.
a good looking frog - so disappointing that they are disappearing.
Lovely pic Daniel and congrats.
Congratulations! Wonderful photo!
Fantastic spotting! Congrats on the SOTD!
Congratulations on Spotting of the Day!
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
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...
Wow, this one is a fashion diva! and a strong character too!! :-))
Spotted on Jun 23, 2010 Submitted on Aug 11, 2011
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