Yellow-throated frog

The Yellow-throated frog is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

Yellow-throated Frog - Mannophryne Mannophryne trinitatis Yellow-throated Frog - Mannophryne Mannophryne trinitatis Spectacled Caiman - Caiman crocodilus Spectacled Caiman - Caiman crocodilus Common Ameiva - Ameiva ameiva ameiva Common Ameiva - Ameiva ameiva ameiva More

Trinidad Stream or Yellow-throated Frog Mannophyyrne trinitatis Small frog species Dendropsophus minusculus Cane or Marine Toad Bufo marinus BUTTERFLIES Cattle Heart Parides anchises Orange-banded Sulphur Phoebis philea White Peacock or Biscuit Anartia jatrophae More

Yellow-throated Frog (Mannophryne trinitatis) – In Guacharo Gorge (Oilbird Cave ravine) Reptiles Common Ameiva (Ameiva ameiva) Underfoot at Cuffie River Cook's Tree Boa (Corallus enydris cooki) In Caroni Swamp Golden Tegu (Tupinambis teguixin) Under the feeders at Asa Wright More

Yellow-throated Frog at entrance to the Oilbird Cave. Photo by Debby Harriman. In the cave we found numerous resting Oilbirds, including a whopping 18 birds resting side-by-side on a ledge. Everyone got excellent looks at this unique species. More

locally called the Yellow-throated Frog, were hopping about. In this species eggs are laid under leaves or in a crevice. Later, the tadpoles are carried to water on the male’s back. More

Order : Anura
Family : Aromobatidae
Genus : Mannophryne
Species : trinitatis
Authority : (Garman, 1887)