Centrolenidae

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Centrolenidae

[‚sen·trə′len·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of arboreal frogs in the suborder Procoela characterized by green bones.
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Another dedicated filmmaker risked his life by standing in a swamp, home to a deadly snake, for three weeks to film the rare glass frog defend its eggs from wasps.
Notes on the natural history of three glass frog species (Anura: Centrolenidae) from the Andean Central Cordillera of Colombia.
Among the rare species protected by this project are the Ecuadorian white-fronted capuchin monkey and Ecuadorian blue glass frog, two species listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List.
Previously focused on traditional marketing vocations including photography and web design, Glass Frog has diversified to complement these vocations with digital, local and mobile marketing from a new base at the BIC.
Ella made Leo a mini drum kit out of playdough, Tallulah wrapped up a glass frog paperweight we had had for about five years and Mia gave him some photos of our Jack Russells.
Reproductive behaviour of the glass frog Hyalinobatrachium valerioi (Anura:Centrolenidae) at the tropical stream Quebrada Negra (La Gamba, Costa Rica).
One of the frogs is a so-called glass frog that has a transparent chest.
A rare discovery was found in Ecuador this time it was a transparent frog completely transparent known as the glass frog.
A glass frog such as the one at left lays her eggs in a jelly-like blob on the underside of a leaf.
SEE-THROUGH The bare-hearted glass frog (Centrolenella colymbiphyllum) is a tiny arboreal (tree) frog that lives in remote Costa Rican cloud forests, where its high-pitched, musical call fills the air.
cultural imperialism and artistic trend-mongering are neatly skewered (the latter a bit too neatly, really), with the cynical Malcolm dryly comparing himself to the departing Glass Frog.