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Old 4th January 2009   #1
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Does anyone here have a pic or know where to find on that compares the nuptual pads or lack thereof in Mossy Frogs (Theloderma corticale)?

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Ya the males have very noticeable nuptial pads. They appear very pink (almost red) and look like a pimple. I'll post some pics of my Mossys so you can see the difference.

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