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File-Eared Tree Frog/Borneo Eared Frog                                 File-eared Tree Frog,Frog,Malaysia,Polypedates otilophus,Sarawak,Tree Frog Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. Looks like it was posing for you :) Posted 11 months ago
    1. Yes, they always are when you see them at night :) Posted 11 months ago
      1. That is awesome! I want to meet one! Posted 11 months ago
        1. Come over and visits in Borneo.
          There are several National Parks with a good variety of wild life.
          This one is reliably seen at the Frog Pond of Kubah National Park. The Frog Pond is very unique, its possible to see probably up to 20 different species of Frogs around the Frog Pond for those who are seriously into herping. Aside from the Frogs, I also see snakes around there, naturally hunting among the frogs.

          Another unique thing about this Frog Pond is the sound of nature you will hear at dusk. A recording of it was entered into a competition and won The Most Beautiful Sound in the World (I think they refers to nature). You can listen to part of the recordings here :

          Posted 11 months ago
          1. Albert, that would be amazing! I'm sure there would be lots of fungi and arthropods too! Christine Young, we need to take a vacation together! Posted 11 months ago
            1. Yes, I am sure there are lots of fungi too and definitely arthorpods, its a paradise for arthropods :) Posted 11 months ago
            2. Bahahaha Lisa! That would be so fun and FUNNY! Us in Borneo ;P Posted 11 months ago
              1. Now to get us out of our comfort zones for once... ^_^; Posted 11 months ago
                1. Oh the obstacles! ;P Posted 11 months ago

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''Polypedates otilophus'' is a species of frog in the family Rhacophoridae. It is endemic to Borneo where it is widespread and found in Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia, typically in the lowlands but sometimes as high as 1,100 m above sea level. This species has prominent, sharp ridges behind the eye, above the ear, referred to in its names.

Similar species: Frogs
Species identified by Albert Kang
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By Albert Kang

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Uploaded Jun 6, 2018. Captured Apr 10, 2018 21:38.
  • Canon PowerShot SX60 HS
  • f/8.0
  • 1/1614s
  • ISO800
  • 18.786mm