Mantang Narrow-mouthed frog tadpoles

Mantang Narrow-mouthed frog tadpoles

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Caption: Late-stage tadpoles of the Mantang Narrow-mouthed frog (Microhyla nepenthicola) together with insect larvae in a Nepenthes ampullaria pitcher growing in swamp lowland rainforest, Mulu National Park and World Heritage site, Sarawak, Malaysia. M. nepenthicola is one of the smallest frogs in the world. It breeds and lives in Nepenthes pitch plant pitchers.

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