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just came across this one -great spotting and photo polerpress !
Fantástico que buen acercamiento
Great photo too btw!
Great to see Noah working like this. Could you update the title of the spotting polerpress?
this is really a great find and photo and I love that you found out what is was! Thank you for posting this!!
@DonnEdwards. Oh okay. Thank you. I didnt know that! I took this picture about two years ago and i finally know what it is :)
love the photo !
See : http://nas.er.usgs.gov/queries/FactSheet...
@polarpress. Coquis are an invasive in Florida (and other Southeastern States) and are found in South Florida in astounding numbers. They have also established populations in Hawaii.
Wow! this is amazing I can't believe it
It looks like a little frog?
That is a good suggestion but Coquis are only in Puerto Rico. And I found this in Florida.
Probably a Coqui (Eleutherodactylus sp.). Coqui are direct developers (no tadpole stage).
Spotted on Aug 21, 2010 Submitted on Jan 16, 2012
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