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Domain of the Pacific Chorus Frog

By | 2017-09-29T22:28:53+00:00 August 22nd, 2017|Amphibians and Reptiles, Blog, California|

They had the characteristic stripe which identifies Pacific chorus frogs. It runs from the nostril, across the eye. They also have toepads, and according to this reference, no other frogs in their range have these features. Despite how visible they are in these close up images, with the naked eye, they are so dwarfed by their habitat, they might as well be raindrops in a rainforest.

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