For the identification of insects and other fauna and flora of South Africa: please click on the following links:
Insects and related species: Antlions - Ants - Bees - Beetles - Bugs - Butterflies, Moths and Caterpillars - Centipedes and Millipedes - Cockroaches - Crickets - Dragonflies and Damselflies - Grasshoppers and Katydids - Mantis - Stick Insects - Ticks and Mites - Wasps - Woodlice
Plants, Trees, Flowers: (Note: Unless plants fall into a specific species such as Cacti, they have been classified by their flower colour to make them easier to find) Bonsai - Cacti, Succulents, Aloes, Euplorbia - Ferns and Cycads - Flowers - Fungi, Lichen and Moss - Grass - Trees
Animals, Birds, Reptiles etc.: Animals, Birds, Fish and Crabs - Frogs - Lizards - Scorpions - Snails and Slugs - Snakes - Spiders - Tortoise, Turtles and Terrapins - Whipscorpions
Other photography: Aeroplanes - Cars and Bikes - Travel - Sunrise - Water drops/falls - Sudwala and Sterkfontein Caves etc.

Videos: YouTube

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Tinker Reed Frog (Hyperolius tuberilinguis)



A cute, small frog of about 4cm in length.
.


They are found in the northern part of the east coast and distinguishes by the plain green and orange/yellow limbs.




Males have a yellow throat.





Info: Frogs and Frogging in South Africa (Vincent Carruthers & Louis du Plessis)

7 comments:

Firefly said...

I love finding little frogs like this

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I have seen similar (maybe the same) frogs in S.A., they real;y are very cute. Lovely photos. Keep well Diane

Gaelyn said...

Yet another kind of frog. Yet not a whole road full. ;)

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I have found a few frogs on this trip Jonker, all of them reallt small ones. They are so cute. :)

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Thanks Diane. Welcome back. I hope you had a lovely holiday?

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

The ones we found on the road in Kruger I have still not been able to identify although just last night I saw something similar and want to check out more pictures of it.

ryan van huyssteen said...

That is not a reed frog.

It's a tree frog.