Shrub frogs

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This family of frog species, which occur in tropical sub-Saharan Africa, South India and Sri Lanka, Japan; northeastern India to eastern China south through the Philippines and Greater Sundas, and Sulawesi.

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Amboli Bush Frog

Total Photos: 5

This is a rare shrub frog species endemic to the Western Ghats in India

Amboli Leaping Frog

Total Photos: 3

This frog is frog endemic to the Western Ghats of India.

Bombay Bush Frog

Total Photos: 2

Ghate's Bush Frog

Total Photos: 2

Ghate's Shrub Frog

Total Photos: 5

The species exhibits sexual dimorphism with males having single sub-gular vocal sac and a tubercle on the humerus while females lack them. The species shows direct development. The species is widely distributed in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra.

Indian Tree Frog

Total Photos: 4

These frogs measure about 7–8 cm in body length. They are mostly brownish, yellowish, greyish, or whitish above, with darker spots or markings, rarely with an hourglass-shaped figure on the back of the head and the front of the back. The loreal and temporal regions are dark; there is a light line on the upper lip.

Malabar gliding frog

Total Photos: 5

This species is widely distributed in the Western Ghats of India. It is an arboreal species of tropical moist evergreen forest, deciduous forest, secondary (disturbed) forest and coffee plantations. It is present in the lower canopy and understorey levels of the forest. It breeds in vegetation overhanging ponds, and the tadpoles develop in the pools.