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*Phyllomedusa sauvagii* nest

Gran Chaco, Paraguay Single specimen. Note climbing toe-pads and reduced webs. Eggs laid in mass of jelly among leaves of plants. W.E. Agar was an associate of Sir John Graham Kerr and went on expedition to Gran Chaco in Paraguay where he collected and studied this frog. His 1909 paper, 'The Nesting Habits of theTree-Frog, Phyllomedusa sauvagii' published in the Proceedings of the Zoological Socieā€¦