The Pool Frog is found barely in the southern part of the country. Its green color separates it from the other frogs in the country, making it easier to identify.
The European Common Frog and the Moor Frog look just alike. The Common Frog has a more blunt head than the Moor Frog. The Moor Frog can also have more of a striped pattern. Neither characteristics are that great at identifying them sadly. The Common Frog is actually found more throughout the country while the Moor Frog is found in the southern part of the country.
Common Name: Amazon Milk Frog or Mission Golden-eyed Tree Frog< Scientific Name:Trachycephalus resinifictrix Family:Hylidae Location: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela Max Size: 3.5 inches for females, 3 inches for males
The Amazon Milk Frog is a fairly large species of tree frog found in South America. They are commonly found in the pet trade now. They are named the “Milk” frogs because they release a milky secretion when threatened by a predator. For breeding, the Amazon Milk Frog lays their eggs in hollow trees that hatch the very next day.
Common Name: Blyth’s River Frog, Giant Asian River Frog, or Blyth’s Wart Frog Scientific Name:Limnonectes blythii Family:Dicroglossidae Location: Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam Size: females can real 10.2 inches / 25.9 cm while males only reach 4.9 inches / 12.4 cm long
The Blyth’s River Frog is the largest frog in all of Asia. Their large size has its downsides, as people over harvested them for food as they can weigh more than 2 pounds.
The courtship behavior of Blyth’s River Frog is different. Instead of males calling for the females, the females call. The male also creates a hollow in the stream for the females to lay their eggs.