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    My finger is about 20 mm wide, so these frogs are not bigger than 5 mm. I first thought they were some sort of insects, but then after a closer look, I realized that I was in the presence of these adorable creatures. Please help me ID my new friends.

    Thanks a bunch!

    Alex

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    It's hard to tell because they still appear to be young, by chance do you have any more photos? Especially of the top end of the frog(s)?

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    Whatever they are, they are adorable.



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    I was able to make one them jump on top of a dime, so you can see the back. Thanks a lot for your help!!

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    My best guess right now would be it's a young Greenhouse frog (Eleutherodactylus planirostris), but most frogs are very hard to identify at this stage in their lives. Thanks, the top-down photo really helped!

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    My best guess right now would be it's a young Greenhouse frog (Eleutherodactylus planirostris), but most frogs are very hard to identify at this stage in their lives. Thanks, the top-down photo really helped!
    Thanks a lot Xavier!!

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