Chaperina fusca - the Borneo frog
Chaperina fusca are small frogs: males measure 18–21 mm (0.71–0.83 in) in snout–vent length and females 20–26 mm (0.79–1.02 in). They are black above with minute white, light blue, or greenish spots. The skin is smooth with scattered tubercles; they have a sharp dermal projection on elbows and heel
''Chaperina fusca'' is a species of frog in the Microhylidae family. It is monotypic within the genus ''Chaperina''.
It is found on the Malay Peninsula , in Borneo and in the Philippines . It is abundant in Borneo but uncommon on the Malay Peninsula and patchily distributed in the Philippines.