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Stefania ginesi, female carrying neonatal frogs, tepui "B", Canaima National Park, Bolivar State, Venezuela
Frogs of the genera Stefania and Hemiphractus have an interesting reproductive strategy. the females carry the fertilized eggs on their back. the developing eggs go through "direct development' in which there is no free-swimming tadpole stage. The young frogs are carried by the mother until they disperse. In some species of these genera, there is anatomic evidence of an umbilical cord-like structure that may serve to nourish the developing larvae and neonatal frogs.
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Tiger Tree Frog (Hyloscirtus sp cf tigrinus) CAPTIVE ECUADOR. South America RANGE: Ecuador Critically Endangered New undescribed species
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from the Sumaco Volcano expedition with herpetologists Alejandro Arteaga, Konrad Mebert, Darwin Nuñez and Abel Batista, with support from Juan Manuel Guayasamin, Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica, and the guides from Pacto Sumaco: Jhoseph Andi, Germanico Ruiz, Oscar Trujillo
Next to the green frog, the pickerel frog is the most abundant frog in New England. It is often confused with the northern leopard frog, which it closely resembles. The spots on a pickerel frog’s …