Rough-skinned Bush Frog - Raorchestes glandulosus
Raorchestes glandulosus (Rhacophoridae) is a small-sized, arboreal frog (length 38 mm), endemic to the Western Ghats in India. It has the skin on back bearing a number of closely placed fine pimples, and the toes are webbed only at base. The dorsal color is dark purplish with fine markings, and the venter is white with small brown spots.
Although not mentioned in the literature as one of the diagnostic features, these frogs have a blue ring around the eyes.
This frog is classified as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.
Other common names: Southern Bubble-nest Frog, Glandular Bush Frog.
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Photo credit: ©Vipin Baliga | Locality: Karnataka, India (2012)