Basin treefrog

Basin treefrog

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Credit: TONY CAMACHO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Basin treefrog (Hypsiboas lanciformis). This large tree frog was previously known as Hyla lanciformis. It has specially adapted sucking discs at the ends of its toes, allowing it to hold on to branches and tree trunks. This species is common through the upper Amazon basin. Photographed in the Peruvian region of the Amazon Basin.

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