Phyllomedusa vaillantii — White-lined Monkey Frog
Some other names for this species:
Sharp-nosed Monkey Frog, Spotted Monkey Treefrog, White-lined Leaf Frog, Razor-backed Monkey Treefrog, White-lipped Monkey Frog
Along with Phyllomedusa tomopterna and Phyllomedusa bicolor, this was the third species of monkey frog easily found around the pond at the Santa Cruz field station. Really, it's the place to be for monkey frog lovers (and who in their right mind is not a monkey frog lover?).
Monkey frogs are so named due to their typical locomotion consisting of exaggerated walking, rather than the jumping that sensible people have come to expect from sensible frogs.
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