Best topic ever!!!
There are some great shots in there! Thanks for sharing!The red frog team posted some nice O.Pumilio in situ shots on their (german) website!
Just scroll down :
There was a call for donations for the production of this documentary a few years ago, and I know some DB members contributed. Thanks for the link!
Not in situ, but interesting nonetheless.
Lovely Oophaga sylvatica "Lita" pictures! (Wanted to spell out the name so that a search would find your post)Wonderfull O.S.Lita habitat and frog shots by Paul Fowler!
Awesome!Wonderfull O.S.Lita habitat and frog shots by Paul Fowler!
If you have any pictures to share, we would really enjoy seeing them!I just wanted to say that I had the opportunity to go on a herp field study in Peru for a month during college. We saw a lot of Allobates femoralis. They utilized fallen trees/branches within a few feet of the ground to call. One team member studied males reactions to a tape recording of a male calling. The males would usually chirp angrily and climb all over the speaker trying to find the intruder!