| | Re: Frog ID pls.
Correct on both points. I didn't realize that Cebu City was on Cebu Island - for whatever reason, I was thinking of Cantanduanes instead.
My impression is that most Philippine Kaloula are very similar in appearance, and it's often subtleties of the feet which are most important for telling them apart - that is, aside from where they are found. It's important to double-check those identifying features, as it's quite common in Philippines [and certain other places] for a new species to be hidden under the wrong name for decades because no-one looked closely enough to determine it was something different. Sometimes there will be more than one new species in an area - perhaps one at sea level and another 500m or higher in mountain rain forest and both looking similar to something found 5km away on the "mainland".