As June has ended and its almost middle of July, my time was mostly occupied with festival and work. This time I am sharing my work in June and July where I had very interesting encounters with frogs that I have not yet photographed before and some are common species but have always managed to elude me. Some species makes it a lot more complicated for me as I am not a trained Herpetologist to know these Frog stuffs.
Let me start with this little Hylarana raniceps. Rather a common species and I usually find it in swampy bits of lowland forest.
The next one I consider as fatter than the first.
|My first photo of Limnonectes malesianus|
|A young Hylarana glandulosa|
|I am not sure about this species, but my guess will be Limnonectes leporinus.|
|This maybe a Limnonectes kuhlii but the size is just too big for L kuhlii (Approx. 5 cm).|
|This is an interesting find, I don't know what this is and it is a tiny little frog roughly less than 1 cm. A Pelophryne sp.?|
and the other stuffs that I took are these
|A beautiful yellow Jumping Spider|
|Possibly a Diard's Trogon|
|Someone's house in the Rainforest of Borneo!|