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Frog ID - Russia

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Old Sunday 3rd June 2018, 17:55   #1
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Frog ID - Russia

We have Moor Frog here which are easy for a brief period when the males turn blue during breeding but after that, they could be anything and this little fella doesn't look like one?.

I've got no books here in Russia so appreciate any help, underside of the hind foot is included, I know this can be diagnostic.



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if you are from St. Petersburg, as writtenin your uswer details, it looks like temporaria (short snout, in arvalis it should be longer and more pointed)
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if you are from St. Petersburg, as writtenin your uswer details, it looks like temporaria (short snout, in arvalis it should be longer and more pointed)
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