Scinax boulengeri


Voice: Single repeated low-pitch "wraak".

Habitat: Lowland dry, moist, and wet forests, and into premontane wet forest.

Biology: Nocturnal; arboreal; often found near the forest floor; breeding occurs throughout the rainy season with peaks in May/June and August; males show strong call site fidelity; tadpoles feed on small crustaceans and aquatic insect larvae.

Source: Savage, Jay M. 2002. The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 935pp.


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