Exposed by a bee

A short break from the usual invertebrate images…

Wood frog. Lithobates sylvaticus (LeConte, 1825)

Wood frog beside a log.

Normally hard to spot in the duff of theforest floor , wood frogs, Lithobates sylvaticus (LeConte, 1825) usually reveal themselves by movement. This one exposed itself when it jumped up to try to catch a low-flying bumble bee. It failed, but I succeeded. Found in the natural area beside Fultonvale School east of Sherwood Park. 4 June, 2016.

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4 Comments

  1. Andrea Jackson 6 June, 2016 at 1:02 PM #

    A most pleasing image, Adrian! Great capture!

    • Adrian 6 June, 2016 at 4:12 PM #

      She (?) was so chubby and cute, I couldn’t resist!

  2. Annie Pang 7 June, 2016 at 12:32 AM #

    What a great image Adrian! Love it!

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