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Banded Horned Tree frog             Hemiphractus fasciatus Some frogs carry their eggs with them to avoid the risk of leaving them in a waterless environment enough. Most of the time, the egg hatches and the tadpole still takes a while until its members develop. There are animals, however, in which the embryo becomes a tadpole and then a small adult still inside the egg, and can go straight to the ground when it hatches.

Banded Horned Tree frog Hemiphractus fasciatus Some frogs carry their eggs with them to avoid the risk of leaving them in a waterless environment enough. Most of the time, the egg hatches and the tadpole still takes a while until its members develop. There are animals, however, in which the embryo becomes a tadpole and then a small adult still inside the egg, and can go straight to the ground when it hatches.

Palestina Huila Colombia: Johnson's horned treefrog (Hemiphractus johnsoni)

Palestina Huila Colombia: Johnson's horned treefrog (Hemiphractus johnsoni)

Banded horned tree frog (Hemiphractus fasciatus) .  The eggs are on a sack on the females back as the male fertilizes them.  They come from the eggs as young frogs rather than  tadpoles.

Banded horned tree frog (Hemiphractus fasciatus) . The eggs are on a sack on the females back as the male fertilizes them. They come from the eggs as young frogs rather than tadpoles.

Hemiphractus fasciatus - casque headed tree frog

Hemiphractus fasciatus - casque headed tree frog

A load of round yellow eggs weighs down this Hemiphractus fasciatus , the Casque-headed Treefrog. Mama frog will carry these eggs on her back until they hatch as mini-frogs — no tadpoles here!   These frogs are threatened with extinction and are one of 11 species of high conservation concern being bred in captivity in Panama.

A load of round yellow eggs weighs down this Hemiphractus fasciatus , the Casque-headed Treefrog. Mama frog will carry these eggs on her back until they hatch as mini-frogs — no tadpoles here! These frogs are threatened with extinction and are one of 11 species of high conservation concern being bred in captivity in Panama.

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