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File-eared tree frogs are frogs with excellent climbing skills. A juvenile frog can be seen here. For reproduction the females produce a secretion, which they froth up into foam using their
legs. These amphibians then attach the foam nest that results from this activity to the vegetation above waterbodies. The eggs are laid in the foam nest and fertilized by the male. After the tadpoles have hatched, the nest liquefies and the tadpoles fall into the water, where they develop into frogs.

Status according to Red List

More information you will get on the web page of the IUCN Red List.

Verbreitungskarte Kamm-Ruderfrosch