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I'll use this thread to post a collection of photos and video taken while traveling around CR/Panama a few weeks ago.

First up, some videos of Allobates talamancae on Isla Colon, near Playa Bluff, in the Bocas del Toro, Panama.




Next we have Silverstoneia flotator calling in La Gamba, Costa Rica....



and Oophaga pumilio calling at La Selva Biological Research Station, Costa Rica.

 

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Next up we have a male Phyllobates lugubris transporting tadpoles...


and a male Bufo coniferus calling his heart out after a storm...

along with a number of new metamorphs and thousands of tadpoles.


Getting up close and personal with Teratohyla pulverata (formerly H. pulveratum)...

 

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Glass frogs from the Caribbean slope of Costa Rica

Espadarana prosoblepon near San Jose, Costa Rica


Centrolene ilex in Siquirres (@CRARC), Costa Rica


Cochranella granulosa in Siquirres (@CRARC), Costa Rica (captive photo)


Glass frogs from the vicinity of La Gamba, north of Golfito, Costa Rica

Teratohyla pulverata






Espadarana prosoblepon (male (w/humeral spine) and female)










Female and juvenile (venter shot)


Hyalinobatrachium valerioi










To see more photos:
http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/tree-frogs/74281-glass-frogs-la-gamba-costa-rica.html
 

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WOW! Just amazing! The glass frogs look like they have starts on their backs. So cool.
 

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Geez, the guy takes a few weeks off and that`s all he comes back with.

That is of coarse a joke.
Spectactular and thanks for sharing.
Nice job.

John
 
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