I visited the Milwaukee Public Museum to see the new exhibit on frogs. The exhibit was pretty good, except they didn’t include the conservation status of the frogs that they showed. I didn’t take pics of all the species of frogs so go check it out if you are in the area.
The first frog was the Smoky Jungle Frog. It’s a beautiful frog from South America.
Next was one of the many species of Monkey Tree Frogs (Phyllomedusa bicolor). They too are found in South America.
Here’s a Tomato Frog that was hiding from me. I forgot to write down what exact species it is but all 4 members of the Tomato Frog genus Dyscophus are found in Madagascar.
There was two big Ornate Horned Frogs They are good boys.
There was a group of Borneo Eared Frogs (Polypedates otilophus). Never seen these frogs before but they were pretty cool even though they were sleeping.
Another new species that I didn’t know about is the Smooth-sided Toad (Rhaebo guttatus). These guys are actually really big, they can reach over 6 inches long.
These Chinese Gliding Frogs (Rhacophorus dennysi) were pretty cool to see even though they were asleep. Sadly, none of them were gliding.
The Asian Tree Frog (Pedostibes hosii) is native to southeastern Asia. It’s pretty awesome.
Here are some of the Poison Dart Frogs they had. I am stupid and forgot to write down all the species they had.
Last, we have the Amazon Milk Frog (Trachycephalus resinifictrix). These guys are cute and they can grow a lot bigger than I thought they could.