Male and female banded horned treefrogs at El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center. These very rare banded horned treefrogs have a unique habit, they prey on other frogs. It is possible that this frog-eating habit brings them into frequent contact with other frogs and makes them much more likely to contract the amphibian chytrid fungus that is wiping out frogs in Latin America. These two individuals are part of a conservation breeding colony maintained by the Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project @amphibianrescue in Panama.
A grey treefrog attempting to blend into the tree. They do actually blend in very well when you’re not looking for it, and this probably doesn’t count since I caught this frog in a pool and put it on the tree for a pic lol.
A frog on my tomatos!! I love it so much. He’s guarding them.
Speaking of tomatoes, I was looking into a safe insecticide I could use and I find that most people say a water, organic soap and a bunch of other things. I just pick off any bugs I see for now that I know are bad, like little worms eating my leaves..