#1 Milk frog / Trachycephalus resinifictrix (row 1, top)
#2 Strawberry dart frog / Oophaga pumilio “escudo” (row 2, left)
#3 Harlequin flying frog / Rhacophorus pardalis (row 2, right)
#4 Spotted dart frog / Ranitomeya variablis (row 3, left)
#5 Oophaga pumilio “Colon Bocas del Drago” (row 3, right)
#6 Madagascar red-eyed frog / Boophis luteus (row 4, left)
#7 Clown treefrog / Dendropsophus leucophyllatus (row 4, right)
#8 Amazon dart frog / Ranitomeya ventrimaculata (row 5, bottom)
That’s understandable. It’s such a shame some wonderful species like that have to go undescribed due to time/funding constraints. Good luck with your research!
Titicaca Water Frog (Telmatobius culeus)
Also known as the Andean frog or Crawford’s water frog, the Titicaca water frog is a large species of frog found only in Lake Titicaca and its rivers in South America. Like other frogs the titicaca water frog feeds mostly on small fish, insects and other small invertebrates. The Titicaca water frog has excessive skin which is an adaptation for high altitude living as the excess skin helps it breathe, as more oxygen can diffuse in. It also possesses reduced lungs, a high red blood cell count and smaller red blood cells to help it breathe in its low oxygen environment.