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bare-hearted glass frog

Bare-hearted Glass Frog

Bare-hearted glass frog tadpoles are very small, less than 9.5 mm. They are brown with light undersides and have long bodies with pointed tails for swimming while they mature in the streams.
The bare-hearted glass frog is found in Honduras (Olancho Department), central and southeastern Costa Rica, Panama, and western Colombia along the western slopes of Cordillera Occidental. They live near streams, or other bodies of water, that are surrounded by rainforests. During breeding season they live beside or directly above streams on leaves and bush that dangle over the water in order for eggs to hatch into the stream. The Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center (CRARC), founded by Brian Kubicki, has found that they live higher in trees or near waterfalls while not in breeding season. There is not much research on what they eat, but like most frogs they probably eat small insects.

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