Credit: DR MORLEY READ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Eggs of a glass frog. Glass frogs attach their eggs to a leaf overhanging a stream, tadpoles developing within egg membrane. When the tadpoles are developed they fall into the water below. Filmed in the Choco Biogeographical Region in north-western Ecuador

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Keywords: amphibian, amphibians, centrolene, centrolenid, choco, clear, clutch, development, ecuador, egg, frog, glass, glassfrog, green, hyalinobatrachium, jungle, leaf, neotropical, pacific, rainforest, river, spawn, stream, tadpole, terrestrial, transparent, treefrog, tropical, western

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Glass frog eggs

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Duration: 00:00:10.03

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