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Choosing the best fit! A species endemic to the western ghats. The major threat is habitat loss. Currently the IUCN status is vulnerable. Many specimens of this species that i have come across were found on the rocks that closely matched the color of the frog skin. Saw around 5 individuals close to the stream. Another highlight of this species is, they breed in small holes on trees which gets filled with rain water. Coorg,Narrow mouthed frog,Ramanella triangularis,amphibian,camouflage,endemic,frog,india,karnataka,monsoon,rains,rock,threatened,vulnerable,western ghats Click/tap to enlarge

Choosing the best fit!

A species endemic to the western ghats. The major threat is habitat loss. Currently the IUCN status is vulnerable. Many specimens of this species that i have come across were found on the rocks that closely matched the color of the frog skin. Saw around 5 individuals close to the stream. Another highlight of this species is, they breed in small holes on trees which gets filled with rain water.

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''Ramanella triangularis'' is a species of narrow-mouthed frog found in India. They are endemic to the Western Ghats, where they are known to breed in water collected in tree hollows. The advertisement calls of males is made up of about 30 pulses of 0.38 second duration with a frequency range of 0.6 and 1.1 kHz. These are emitted every three seconds.

Similar species: Frogs
Species identified by karthik_ak
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Uploaded Sep 29, 2015. Captured May 24, 2015 20:49.
  • NIKON D5100
  • f/10.0
  • 1/125s
  • ISO200
  • 90mm