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"The Malagasy rainbow frog (also known as the burrowing painted frog) is critically endangered and found only in the Isalo area. " Madagascar Wildlife; www.bradtguides.com

"The Malagasy rainbow frog (also known as the burrowing painted frog) is critically endangered and found only in the Isalo area. " Madagascar Wildlife; www.bradtguides.com

The Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) is a rare species of toad to Panama.

The Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) is a rare species of toad to Panama.

Hatchet-nose Tree Frog (Sphaenorhynchus lacteus)

Hatchet-nose Tree Frog (Sphaenorhynchus lacteus)

☆ Poison Arrow Frogs, Dendrobates reticulatus, Peru :¦: Gail Melville Shumway Photography ☆

☆ Poison Arrow Frogs, Dendrobates reticulatus, Peru :¦: Gail Melville Shumway Photography ☆

Minnesota Tree Species | Frogs Species of Minnesota | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Minnesota Tree Species | Frogs Species of Minnesota | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Vietnamese Mossy Frog (Theloderma corticale)

Vietnamese Mossy Frog (Theloderma corticale)

Baroni’s Painted Frog (Mantella baroni)

Baroni’s Painted Frog (Mantella baroni)

Black Rain Frog (Breviceps Fuscus) is found in Southern Africa

Black Rain Frog (Breviceps Fuscus) is found in Southern Africa

Pasco Poison Dart Frog - Ranitomeya sirensis Ranitomeya sirensis (Dendrobatidae) is a species of Poison Dart Frog endemic to Amazonian rainforests of Bolivia and Peru. Although with many color morphs, this species has dorsal stripes which can be green, yellow, orange, or red (but never blue) and typically has a yellow patch on the belly. Ranitomeya lamasi and R. biolat were synonymized in 2011 with R. sirensis, a single, widespread species that displays considerable morphological variation…

Pasco Poison Dart Frog - Ranitomeya sirensis Ranitomeya sirensis (Dendrobatidae) is a species of Poison Dart Frog endemic to Amazonian rainforests of Bolivia and Peru. Although with many color morphs, this species has dorsal stripes which can be green, yellow, orange, or red (but never blue) and typically has a yellow patch on the belly. Ranitomeya lamasi and R. biolat were synonymized in 2011 with R. sirensis, a single, widespread species that displays considerable morphological variation…