Polypedates macrotis


Common name: the Dark-eared Treefrog

Conservation status: Least Concern

Distribution: Malaysia, Thailand, Sumatra, Borneo, Philippines

Size: up to 60-85 mm

Description: upperside brown with a darker band behind the eye that covers the tympanum, underside pale

Habitat: occurs in primary forests and edge areas near small streams, swaps, ponds, puddles, or small pools

Activity: nocturnal

Diet: various invertebrates

Reproduction: eggs are laid into foamy mass attached to leaves or branches above the still water

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