Platypelis grandis by Paul Bertner


Black-spotted sticky frog (Kalophrynus pleurostigma) 

Picture by Kurt G (Orionmystery) , taken in Selangor, Malaysia.


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The Desert Rain Frog, a member of the family Microhylidae, can be found along the western coast of Namibia and South Africa, in the region of Namaqualand. 

Paedophryne amauensis

..a small species of microhylid frog that its native to Papua New Guinea. P. amauensis was discovered recently (2009) and was described in 2012. Paedophryne amaeuensis is largely considered to one of the smallest known vertebrates with adults only growing to 7.7 mm in length. Interestingly P. amauensis lives its entire live on land and goes not have a tadpole stage, instead they hatch as miniature adults. Due to their small size their skeleton is reduced and only seven presacral vertebrae are present. Like other members of Paedophryne, P. amauensis is crepuscular and lives in leaf litter and likely feeds on small insects and springtails. 


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Image: Rittmeyer EN, Allison A, Gründler MC, Thompson DK, Austin CC


Scaphiophryne spinosa

Scaphiophryne spinosa is a species of frog in the Microhylidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical swamps, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, intermittent freshwater marshes, and heavily degraded former forest. It is threatened by habitat loss.
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Plethodontohyla guentheri by Paul Bertner


Spotted Narrow-mouthed Frog (Kalophrynus interlineatus)

Picture by Thomas Brown, taken in Wu Kau Tang, Hong Kong.


Spotted narrow-mouthed frog (Kalophrynus internineatus)

Picture by cowyeo , Ng Tung Chai, Hong Kong


Intermediate sticky frog (Kalophrynus intermediusby methosphang


Black-spotted Sticky Frog (Kalophrynus pleurostigma) 

Picture by Vince_Adam Photography
Location: Peninsular Malaysia. 

It’s also known as Black-spotted narrow-mouthed frog, or Rufous-sided sticky frog. The Black-spotted sticky frog is found in South Asia from southern China, Burma and Thailand through peninsular Malaysia to Sumatra, Java, Borneo and parts of the Philippines.


Spotted narrow-mouthed frog (Kalophrynus interlineatus) 

Picture by cowyeow, taken in Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong


Black-spotted sticky frog (Kalophrynus pleurostigma

Picture by Bernard Dupont, taken in Sarawak, Malaysia