Bush Squeaker

The Bush Squeaker is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Bush Squeaker (Arthroleptis wahlbergii) is a species of frog in the Arthroleptidae family. It is found along the coastal areas of eastern South Africa and possibly Mozambique. More

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calling for a Bush Squeaker of a victory of 273-258 electoral votes, with Iowa's 7 votes in limbo because a tie prevents calling a winner there. Interestingly the Poll Average forecasts an Ohio loss for Bush, but a Wisconsin and Hawaii(!) win. That's just an oddity. More

Bush Squeaker - pair in amplexus. Photographed in Seula Forest, south of Tugela Mouth, KZN. This species lays eggs in terrestrial nests. The tadpoles develop within the egg and young froglets eventually hatch. A-hewitti.JPG A-wahlbergi.JPG BGARI1.GIF BGARIEP2.GIF BPARD. More

English: Shovel-footed Bush Squeaker; Common Squeaker Retrieved from "http://species.wikimedia. More

Order : Anura
Family : Arthroleptidae
Genus : Arthroleptis
Species : wahlbergii
Authority : Smith, 1849