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how come it's red?
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Hi Jeremy, I see what you mean, it is unusually reddish coloured, it did stand out against the drab dead vegetation. Not sure about the colour but maybe something to do with spawning time? It was found on high blanket bog where the frog colouration seem to be quite varied.
our male frogs and toads develop special grip pads on their thumbs during breeding season -they allow them to grip the females during amplexus
Thanks for the info Mark, my guess that it was a female is out the window in light of this.
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