Jul 022011
 

Agumbe has many species of amphibians & I always wanted to photograph the charismatic Malabar Flying Frog & Draco (Malabar flying lizard), unfortunately i dint get any photos of Dracos as it usually comes out during sunshine but our three days were wet & pouring :).

Malabar Gliding Frog

Malabar Gliding Frog (Rhacophorus malabaricus)

Amboli Bush Frog

Amboli Bush Frog

Leaping Frog

Leaping Frog

Common Indian Toad

Common Indian Toad (Duttaphrynus melanostictus)

Rufous Cricket Frog

Rufous Cricket Frog.

Golden Frog

Golden Frog.

Skitter Frog

Skitter Frog.

Bull Frog

Bull Frog.

False Hourglass Treefrog

False Hour Glass(Tree Frog).

Malabar Gliding FrogMalabar Gliding Frog (Rhacophorus malabaricus)

See more photos of Agumbe here

  6 Responses to “Agumbe Rainforest-Amphibians”

  1. 🙂 Ha ha ha blushing??.. Thanks Krups 😉

  2. Nice pictures….

  3. Incredible photography…truly inspiration work…. Agumbe is so rich in biodiversity…

  4. Please help me to know the way to reach Agumbe, preferably by public transport and about best time to visit for Amphibians.
    Thanks

    • Hi Guru.
      Nearest bustop is Agumbe & nearest Railway Station is Shimoga.
      If you are travelling from bangalore a late night bus of KSRTC’s Rajahamsa is there & it will reach agumbe by morning 7am.
      Best time would be during monsoon season. June to September.

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