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|date of photo Jan 31, 2004
location Ilakaka, Isalo Massif (Madagascar)family Microhylidaenotes This specimen was photographed overnight while hiding within a hole in the wall of the canyon, in the Isalo Park. It is outsdanding to note how these frogs - apparently with a fossorial morphology - are able to become scansorial and climb vertical surfaces. Then they hide within the small holes provoked by the loss of the chalks in the karstic matrix.photo category: Animal - Amphibian
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Gottlebe's Narrow-mouthed Frog (AW )
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