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Her transformation from a Tadpole into a Pacific Treefrog (which took about 12 weeks) is almost complete, but notice that a tiny tail still remains.
Photographed in Fern Canyon in August 2008.
Red Rocks, Nevada.

Some frogs that live in higher altitudes or in colder places might take a whole winter to go through the tadpole stage.


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Wiktoria Plawskaaww

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its so cute
Posted Aug 17, 2008 4:33 pm



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Thanks for sharing :)
Posted Sep 3, 2008 1:58 pm

Anya JingleRe: Adorable

Anya Jingle

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I agree, they are precious. Thanks for the vote.
Posted Sep 6, 2008 4:08 pm

lcarreauThe other day when


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I was exploring along the Verde River, I heard
a SPLASH that sounded much louder than what a
Canyon Treefrog would have made.

In the PAC-NW, there's a frog species called
the "Tailed Frog." Its tail remains attached
to its body for the rest of its life.

This is a simply EXCELLENT photo of a treefrog! You can even make out the toes on
its hind feet.
Posted Sep 11, 2008 3:46 pm

Anya JingleRe: The other day when

Anya Jingle

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Thanks for the comment Larry. I'm not familiar wih the tailed frogs. Are they bigger than freefrogs?
Posted Sep 13, 2008 4:28 pm

lcarreauRe: The other day when


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Please keep in mind, I'm no frog expert.
They are 2.5 to 5 centimeters long, and
could possibly be mistaken for a treefrog
with a tail on it.

Tailed frogs have NO vocalisation. Besides
the PAC-NW, there is one species called the
Rocky Mountain Tailed Frog.

Please, CLICK for more information.
Posted Sep 13, 2008 10:29 pm

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