Habitat & Range
The lemur tree frog can be found in Colombia, Costa Rica and Panama. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowlands, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, rivers, freshwater marshes, and intermittent freshwater marshes.
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Lemur tree frogs are very small, with males measuring approximately 3 cm in length; the females are slightly larger at about 4 cm. Their most notable feature is large bulging eyes, with silvery white irises. They have camouflage protection; greenish-yellow to blend in during the day, turning to a reddish-brown at night when they are most active. Diet
Lemur frogs feed on various insects, snails, and small invertebrates.
Reproduction & Lifespan
Lemur frogs lay eggs on the undersides of leaves that overhang a body of water. This allows the tadpoles to fall into the water when they hatch.
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