ELACHISTOCLEIS OVALIS PDF

Species description based on Cochran and Goin and Murphy A smallish frog with a rather flattened, oval-shaped body, and a tiny head with a pointed snout up to mm. In males, the throat is black; in females it is white mottled with black. The dorsum is speckled, white, dark grey and black. A very thin, white middorsal line is apparent.

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Species description based on Cochran and Goin and Murphy A smallish frog with a rather flattened, oval-shaped body, and a tiny head with a pointed snout up to mm. In males, the throat is black; in females it is white mottled with black. The dorsum is speckled, white, dark grey and black. A very thin, white middorsal line is apparent. The skin of the dorsum is smooth.

Breeding takes place during the rainy season in open flooded areas, including agricultural land Murphy Bufo ovalis, Dactylethra ovalis, Elachistocleis ovale, Elachistocleis ovale ovale, Engystoma microps, Engystoma ovale, Engystoma ovale var. Adult Species description based on Cochran and Goin and Murphy Dorsal The dorsum is speckled, white, dark grey and black.

Ventral The ventral surface is smooth and white. Concealed surfaces A narrow, horizontal yellow line is present along the rear surfaces of the thighs. Eye The eyes are very small. Extremities The limbs are short and robust. Breeding season Breeding takes place during the rainy season in open flooded areas, including agricultural land Murphy Egg Eggs hatch in two days Kenny Tadpole Tadpoles metamorphose in eight weeks Kenny Ecology During the dry season, frogs seek refuge underground Hoogmoed and Gorzula Call A sharp "eeee" Murphy Habitat Open savannah to m.

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(Elachistocleis ovalis)

Elachistocleis ovalis , commonly known as the common oval frog , is a species of frog in the family Microhylidae. It is not known exactly to which population the name Elachistocleis ovalis applies. Frog species from Brazil have been allocated to other species. Elachistocleis ovalis lives in leaf litter and in tree holes in tropical rainforests and on the forest edges , grasslands , and shrublands. It breeds in ponds where eggs and larvae develop. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Elachistocleis ovalis Schneider, Go To Encyclopedia of Life Common Oval Frog, more Adult : Species description based on Cochran and Goin and Murphy A smallish frog with a rather flattened, oval-shaped body, and a tiny head with a pointed snout up to mm.

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