Leptobrachella mjobergi — Mjoberg’s Dwarf Litter Frog
I had just finished photographing a tiny toad when I saw this even tinier frog. For a moment I thought it must be a young individual of the same toad species, but then I realized it had a somewhat different, less toad-y shape. But it was so very tiny that this was not obvious. A fully grown one of these frogs is perhaps 0.8 inches long, and I don't think this one was fully grown.
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