Smilisca Tree Frog (Smilisca phaeota) found in Limon Costa Rica
This Masked Smilisca Tree Frog was an excellent model. When we moved her from the bamboo to the lipstick palm she just clung on and waited for us to get the shot. We found her in a puddle surrounding our construction site. She had probably just laid about 2000 eggs, so if nature works as it should we should have about 250 of these little guys jumping around soon. They are a common sighting in both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of Costa Rica. They eat spiders so we should have less of them soon as well. Another type of Smilisca from our farm can be found at Baudin’s Tree Frog
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