Banded bullfrog

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

Banded Bullfrog preparing to feed on termites, Singapore. The head is rounded, and the snout blunt. Making an exit from a typical daytime hiding place - amongst flowerpots. More

Note: The Banded Bullfrog is common throughout the island, suspected to have been introduced many years ago. It is easily recognised by the yellow-orange stripes along the sides and between the eyes. More

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The banded bullfrog is one of the largest members in the family Microhylidae. More

Banded Bullfrog - Another Eater of Ants The Banded Bullfrog (Kaloula pulchra) is very similar to the Brown Bullfrog (K. baleata) in both appearance and habits. More

* Banded Bullfrog (Kaloula pulchra) - Introduced - Common - Urban Areas * Painted Chorus Frog (Microhyla butleri) - Uncommon - Forests * Dark-sided Chorus Frog (Microhyla heymonsi) - Common - Urban Areas More

Picture of Kaloula pulchra has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike license.
Original source: Animal Diversity Web
Author: James Dowling-Healey
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Order : Anura
Family : Microhylidae
Genus : Kaloula
Species : pulchra
Authority : Gray, 1831