a cuban tree frog swallowed a christmas light when a bug landed on it. the bulb was gently pulled from his stomach, and the frog seemed no worse for wear, if however slightly insulted. but that’s probably because he’s so thin skinned. (x)
This little cuban tree frog [Osteopilus septentrionalis] probably thought he was the luckiest frog ever when he spotted this female pig frog [Rana grylio] on her way to the breeding pond. Maybe this is harsh but I don’t think its going to work out. Image by Jake Scott
meet stephanie!! look at how nicely AND professionally she posed for this photo - she’s a real beaut. stephanie is one of the (invasive!!) cuban tree frogs i will be studying this semester!!! we get to look at their stomach contents and measure and weigh them and lots of other fun stuff!! im really excited to be working on this project tbh
@toadschooled A baby (toad?) my mom found on our porch. I’m not really sure though; we have a small congregation of cuban tree frogs that live in the broken porchlight cover so this could be their spawn but I’m pretty sure this is a red-ish southern toad which would make it the first toad we’ve seen here since we moved to this house almost 9 years ago! Can I have your opinion on this little sprout? I’m keeping them in a small tupperware container with a large leaf and some soil while I’ve been trying to get better photos.