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We Found 33 Amphibian Species During Our Costa Rica Ecotour

From Save the FROGS!
July 2022

SAVE THE FROGS! protects amphibian populations and empowers ordinary citizens to make extraordinary contributions to the betterment of the planet.

Agalychnis annae
Agalychnis annae, 2022 SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour For Families

During our recent SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour For Families! we had a fabulous time and saw lots of frogs, toads, salamanders, sloths, toucans, macaws, monkeys, crocodiles, caimans, and even a family of tapirs!

Save the Frogs ecotour 2022
Our 2022 SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour For Families group!

We sighted 29 amphibian species during the tour, and heard four others:

Agalychnis annae
Agalychnis callidryas
Agalychnis spurrelli
Bolitaglossa striata
Bufo marinus (Rhinella marina)
Cochranella granulosa
Craugastor fitzingeri
Dendrobates auratus
Dendropsophus ebraccatus
Dendropsophus phlebodes
Diasporus diastema
Incilius melanochlorus
Leptodactylus fragilis
Leptodactylus melanotus
Leptodactylus savagei
Leptodacytylus forreri
Leptodacytylus savagei
Leptodacytylus warschewiizii
Lithobates taylori
Lithobates vaillanti
Oophaga pumilio
Pristimantis ridens
Rhaebo haematiticus
Scinax eleachrous
Smilisca manisorum
Smilisca phaeota
Smilisca sordida
Teratohyla spinosa
Trachycephalus typhonius
Dendropsophus microcephalus calling
Leptodactylus bolivianus calling
Scinax boulengeri calling
Tlalohyla loquax calling

Scinax eleachrous
Scinax eleachrous in amplexus, 2022 SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour For Families

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