Microhyla nepenthicola. Just a few millimeters in...
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Image #cld1501096
SpeciesMicrohyla nepenthicola
LocalitySarawak, Malaysia
DescriptionJust a few millimeters in length, a tiny froglet makes its first climb out of the watery chamber of the pitcher plant in which it was born. This species is exclusively reliant on pitcher plants for depositing their eggs. 
Keywordsamphibian | ampullaria | animal | borneo | carnivorous | emerge | fauna | frog | froglet | kubah | matang | metamorph | microhylidae | narrow-mouthed | nepenthaceae | nepenthes | pitcher | plant | tadpole

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