Japanese Brown Frog

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

The Japanese Brown Frog, Rana japonica, is a species of frog in the Ranidae family. It is endemic to Japan. Its natural habitats are temperate grassland, rivers, swamps, irrigated land, and seasonally flooded agricultural land. More

Rezultati za: Japanese brown frog (Rana japonica)Prijevodi 1 - 30 of 1749 Engleski Engleski Japanski (Kanji) Japanski (Kanji) any brown or reddish-brown frog (esp. More

Japanese brown frog (Rana japonica) that had a genetic mutation giving them pale skin. By selectively breeding their offspring, the researchers were able to create a frog that remains transparent for its entire life cycle. More

Japanese Brown Frog , Nihon Aka-gaeru or Rana japonica . photo: 05/2004, Niigata, Japan. More

Breeding : Japanese brown frogs breed in Janualy to march, females deposit 500-3000 eggs in sunny and shallow pools of rice fields or swamps. Larvae transform from May to June, half of them mature in fall, others are next year. More

Researchers bred the sheer creature—a type of Japanese brown frog—for two recessive genes that make it pale. Though not yet patented, the frog is the first four-legged, see-through animal to be bred by scientists. Some fish species are also clear. More

two specimens of Japanese brown frog that had a genetic mutation giving them pale skin. More

Order : Anura
Family : Ranidae
Genus : Rana
Species : japonica
Authority : Boulenger, 1879