Science news articles about 'red eyed tree frogs'
(PhysOrg.com) -- A study of the Central American red-eyed tree frog has found that the males shake the branches they`re perched on to produce strong vibrations to mark out their territory for mating.
BOSTON, Nov. 4 (UPI) -- U.S. scientists say they've discovered how red-eyed tree frog embryos actively avoid asphyxiation while still inside their eggs.
Embryos of the red-eyed tree frog have developed an interesting strategy to survive on a patchy supply of oxygen. To permeate ...
Researchers have found that male red-eyed tree frogs communicate with one another through vibrations caused by shaking plant branches.
Home to jaguars, harpy eagles and red-eyed tree frogs, tropical forests support some of the rarest species on the planet and are the most biodiverse ecosystems ...
Herpetologica - For female red-eyed tree frogs, size does seem to matter--and the mating call of the male tells ... calls of male Morelett's tree frogs in Belize found that larger frogs more readily find a mate ...
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