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Golden MANTELLA FROG - Orange Featured Related Images Print

Golden MANTELLA FROG - Orange

KEL-336
Golden MANTELLA FROG - Orange
Rainforests of Madagscar
Mantella aurantiaca
Ken Lucas
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

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Amphibian, Amphibians, Amphibians And Reptiles, Endemic, Forest, Forests, Frog, Frogs, Madagascar, Orange, Poisonous, Rain Forest, Rain Forests, Single, Toxic, Wild Life

Madagascan mantella (Mantella madagascariensis) Featured Related Images Print

Madagascan mantella (Mantella madagascariensis)

Madagascan mantella (Mantella madagascariensis) a colourful rainforest inhabitant that retains toxins in its skin from the insects it eats. It is threatened by loss of habitat. Madagascar

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Amphibia, Amphibian, Animal, Animals, Anura, Anuran, Captive, Colourful, Controlled Situation, Diurnal, Endangered, Endemic To Madagascar, Fauna, Frog, Ground Dwelling, In Captivity, Madagascar, Madagascar Golden Frog, Malagasy Painted Mantella, Mantella, Mantellas, Mantellidae, Multicoloured, Pets, Poisonous, Rainforest Wildlife, Side View, Skin, Species, Terrestrial, Toxic, Toxins, Vibrant Colours, Vulnerable, Wildlife, Wildlife Trade

Frog eye, light micrograph Featured Related Images Print

Frog eye, light micrograph

Frog eye. Light micrograph of a section through the eye of a frog. Most amphibians, such as frogs and salamanders, have color vision, even though they may be restricted to narrower bands of the visible color spectrum than are humans. There are at least four types of photoreceptors or optical sensors with different chemical composition that allow visualisation of different amounts of color by amphibians. Since amphibians have been around a long time and have adapted to a variety of environments, their eye configurations vary slightly for different environments. Amphibian eyes contain photoreceptors like those of some fish. Magnification: x25 when printed at 10 centimetres wide

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