Red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on leaf (Composite) : Stock Photo
Native to Central America. Common with other tree frogs, red-eyed tree frog has flattened body to enhance agility and adhesive toe-pads for climbing trunks. Female lays eggs on the underside of leaves. Tadpoles hatch, fall into water below and swim away.


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Red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on leaf (Composite)

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Tim Flach
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Native to Central America. Common with other tree frogs, red-eyed tree frog has flattened body to enhance agility and adhesive toe-pads for climbing trunks. Female lays eggs on the underside of leaves. Tadpoles hatch, fall into water below and swim away.
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Stone
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