This set of real tree frogs includes a Reinwardt’s Black Webbed Green Frog and a Harlequin Tree Frog. These real taxidermy specimens look great in a shadow box. When mounted, they make fascinating display specimens.
Rhacophorus reinwardtii is a species of frog in the Rhacophoridae family. Common names include black-webbed tree frog, green flying frog, or Reinwardt’s tree frog. It commonly habitats subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. They are also common in montane forests and freshwater marshes. The Flying tree frog is typically anywhere from light to dark green in coloration. It also has black spots around it’s back and head.
The harlequin tree frog, Rhacophorus pardalis, is a species of frog in the Rhacophoridae family. It is found in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines. Like the Flying Tree Frog, the Harlequin Tree Frog is found in subtropical forests, montane forests, and freshwater marshes. Consequently, the harlequin tree frog has most likely adapted to these surroundings. It uses its heavily webbed hands and feet to glide through these habitats. This frog also gathers in breeding aggregations in swampy forests, at marshes, ponds and quiet pools. In addition, it also lives along logging roads where streams are blocked and form pools.
You will receive a set of real tree frogs similar to the reference specimens. These are real specimens. As a result, slight variations in size, color, or position will occur.
• Two dried specimens
• Approximately 3-4″ long / 2-3″ wide