How’s this for froggy porn for #FrogFriday ?!!! 📷: @myfrogcroaked of endangered Mossy Red-Eye Frogs (Duellmanohyla soralia) from his #HARCC @frogrescue site in Honduras.
Seriously, what’s not to love about this pic, and who knows what amplexus position they’re in? Leave ur comments below!
What better way to kick off #FrogFriday saixy time than this amplecting pair (axillary position) of Heath Tree Frogs (Litoria littlejohni) by @azza_p.86
This species is listed as vulnerable in NSW, Australia and has suffered population declines in historic locations. Seeing this breeding pair makes me so happy (and jealous I wasn’t there lol)!! Loving the amplexus pics everyone has been sending thru already, keep an eye on our Instastories all day for some of our favs too!!
As requested @frogfriday For this week's frog pic, frogs in amplexus. Wet weather and warmth is on its way. Can't come soon enough for species like Striped Rocket Frogs such as these I photographed late last year in northern NSW. Their call is absolutely deafening from nearby and doubly so when they aggregate around farm dams and other water bodies.