In case you couldn't tell, these frogs disappear into their leaf-litter background like nobody's business. Also, they don't move much, preferring to sit and wait for ambulatory food morsels to come to them. So you have to know how to look for them. Fortunately for me, I had been taught by a master earlier on my trip, Kurt "Orion" G.
I took the first three pictures near Kubah's famous Frog Pond around 7:20pm, and remained in a state of happiness for the rest of the night as I sought out and found many other interesting but not-quite-as-interesting critters. Then around midnight, again near the Frog Pond, I took the last two pictures. At the time I thought I had found two horned frogs, but a close look at the details of the patterning later on allowed me to realize that I had found the same horned frog twice.
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