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Black-webbed Treefrog

Rhacophorus reinwardtii


The dorsal skin is smooth (Ohler and Delorme 2006) or granular (Inger and Stuebing 2005). There is a wide flap of skin on the outer edge of the forearm (Inger and Stuebing 2005). It has complete webbing of the hands and feet (Ohler and Delorme 2006). The heel has a wide, rounded flap and continues as a narrow fringe along the lower leg (Inger and Stuebing 2005). Sexual dimorphism is present, but is not as distinct in females (Ohler and Delorme 2006).

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Achmad Ridha
Achmad Ridha 7 years ago

wow, thanks Adarsha B S :)

Adarsha B S
Adarsha B S 7 years ago

This is so cool!

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 7 years ago

Bagus! Cool spotting!

Wonderful !

KarenL 8 years ago


Achmad Ridha
Achmad Ridha 8 years ago

thanks to you all :)

firdalarasati 8 years ago

Two thumbs! :)

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 8 years ago

Cute frog....!!

Marsya Christyanti
Marsya Christyanti 8 years ago

Nice spotting Achmad!

Bogor, Daerah Khusus Ibu Kota Jakarta, Indonesia

Spotted on Feb 8, 2012
Submitted on Feb 8, 2012

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