Bi-Colored Frog

Bi-Colored Frog

The Kabini Project:

The Bicolored Frog (Clinotarsus curtipes) is a species of frog found in the Western Ghats of India.

This frog has a very toad like disposition.

The tadpoles of the species are black and form dense and compact schools in slow moving streams in forested areas.

While this chap was spotted on the banks of the Kabini River in April, his kind truly breed and appear in numbers during June-July.

Ref: wikipedia

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  1. pramod sharma August 8, 2012

    lovely shot. The pebbles and stones around the subject give it a charismatic touch. superb!

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