Wandering spider eating a frog
Wandering spider eating a frog. Wandering spider (Phoneutria fera) eating a tree frog (Dendropsophus bifurcus) in understory vegetation above a rainforest pond. This spider is a venomous nocturnal predator. Photographed in Ecuador.
© DR MORLEY READ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
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Canebreak treefrog (Aplastodiscus sp) Guainumbi Private Reserve, Sao Paulo, Atlantic
Canebreak treefrog (Aplastodiscus sp) Guainumbi Private Reserve, Sao Paulo, Atlantic Forest South-East Reserves, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brazil.
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Rhacophorus, Tree frog
Tree Frog from Sarawak. Drawing of a tree frog by Alfred Russel Wallace - hand coloured. Drawn looking down onto the back of the frog spread out showing webbed feet. Writing in the bottom left hand corner Rhacophorus n s, Treefrog sarawak (a little under natural size). In right hand corner Back & limbs dark green, beneath and under toes yel, web black at base, yellow taged? at margins, legs not at all banded, glossy dark uniform green
© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum