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Old 05-22-2016, 05:37 AM
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I suspect that this is a major long shot, but does anyone have any idea on what this guy is? Wild frog photographed at La Selva OET, Costa Rica. Size was just a bit smaller than the black and green D. auratus we saw on the same trip (could be a juvenile of a larger species though). Really lovely coloration, I saw a few of these frogs and they have a slight blue cast to their posteriors and hind legs.

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Hard to tell from your pic, but it appears to be a Rhinella species
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Looks like a Rhinella, maybe of the margaritifera group but hard to tell....
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