Mating of Flying frogs
Typical male on top position of frogs. This female jumped the distance of 5 meters with that male on her back. I took the shot after she landed here on this canopy. They will soon find a perch hanging over a clean puddle of water deep enough for their tadpoles and then they'll start their mating ritual. They secret a foam with eggs and male fertilizes them and eggs after development falls in the puddle where their tadpoles grow and metamorphose into Malabar Gliding Frogs.
The Malabar gliding frog or Malabar flying frog is a Rhacophorid tree frog species found in the Western Ghats of India.