Image 1 of 1
Frog pond in the garden at Hotel Bougainvillea, San Jose, Costa Rica. Three ponds in the hotel gardens were built especially as breeding habitat for the endangered blue-sided treefrog or coffee frog, Agalychnis annae. They are also home to a population of Forreri leopard frogs, Rana forreri.
- © Dan Suzio
- Image Size
- 5340x3926 / 13.0MB
Agalychnis annae, amphibian, animal, Blue-sided treefrog, Central America, Coffee frog, Costa Rica, endangered species, fauna, Forreri leopard frog, frog, frog pond, Golden-eyed treefrog, grass frog, herpetology, Hotel Bougainvillea, leopard frog, Lithobates forreri, nature, pond, Rana forreri, ranario, San Jose Costa Rica, sign, tropical, wildlife, wildlife management
- Contained in galleries
- Blue-sided treefrog, Agalychnis annae, Forrer's Grass Frog, Rana forreri