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The gliding tree frog (Agalychnis spurrelli) is a species of frog in family Hylidae. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Panama. Other common. Scientific name: Agalychnis spurrelli Distribution: Costa Rica to Colombia Habitats: Primary rainforest Similar species: Black-eyed Leaf frog- Agalychnis. Scientific Name: Agalychnis spurrelli Boulenger, Taxonomic Notes: More than one species may currently be included within Agalychnis spurrelli Taxonomy · Assessment Information · Geographic Range.
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The eggs are laid in small clusters on the upperside of leaves overhanging temporary pools and agalychnis spurrelli cavities in logs. The eggs hatch in about six agalychnis spurrelli and the tadpoles fall into the water below.
It is currently considered that several species may actually be grouped under the name A.
In Costa Rica, for instance, the Pacific form is very different from specimens found on the Caribbean Coast, the later being much larger, having a different call, and having quite agalychnis spurrelli different looking tadpole Agalychnis spurrelli, It was not collected in Costa Rica until and until recently was only thought to exist in the southern Agalychnis spurrelli region of the country.
They are, however, also found on the southern Caribbean Slopes of Costa Rica.
In nearly two decades of guiding the Night Tour, nearly every night, we have only seen a handful Gliding Leaf Frogs. It was a misty night in late July that we discovered our first Gliding Agalychnis spurrelli Frog. As we walked down the trail just past La Paloma Lodge, the silhouette of a tree frog perched on a leaf caught the corner of my eye.
The frog was off the trail on a leaf about two meters off agalychnis spurrelli ground.
We were having a great frog night, and I nearly passed it by thinking agalychnis spurrelli was a Masked Tree Agalychnis spurrelli Smilisca phaeota or a Gaudy Leaf Frog Agalychnis callidryasboth of which we had already seen.
I decided to have a look anyway and approached the frog, convinced it was a Gaudy Leaf Frog the closer I got.
As I took agalychnis spurrelli in my hand, it surprised me by letting out a deep, baritone "Grrrrt! Conservation Actions [top] Conservation Actions: It has been recorded agalychnis spurrelli a number of protected areas, including at least three in Panama and three in Costa Rica. Downloaded on 04 October