Monday, January 16, 2012

Just because I want to make note of it here...

Tiny frog.

That is all.
.

12 comments:

bluesun said...

Yes. Yes it is.

Les Jones said...

They show it on a Roosevelt dime, but its camouflage obviously evolved for the Lincoln penny.

Anonymous said...

Comes from very tiny tadpole.

Gerry

BryanP said...

Now that's just neat. Thanks.

Robin said...

members of Paedophryne amauensis live in the leaf litter on the floors of tropical forests.

A comment on the housekeeping ? ;-)

og said...

I'll see your tiny frog, and raise you a tiny toad

Granted, the toad on the paperclip is an immature one, and they grow bigger, but a toad which can be obscured by a booger- or mistaken for one- is cool too.

WV: Tholpond. Where tiny toads go to breed.

BGMiller said...

What caliber for tiny frogs?

BGM

Anonymous said...

I didn't think this would be the sort of place that attracted Paedophrynes...tsk tsk...

Mike James

Tim D said...

Yes, but is it sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose.

-Tim D

Weer'd Beard said...

Don't forget "Lightly Killed" Tim, that's my favorite.

Also it needs to be said:

tiny frog is tiny!

skidmark said...

What!?! No poison, no brain-melting peep frequency? So all it's good for is getting lost in my vest pocket?

No thanks. Send it back.

stay safe.

Andrew said...

Actually, Gerry, it doesn't come from a tiny tadpole.

The frog lives on land and its life cycle does not include a tadpole stage. Instead, members of this species hatch as 'hoppers'—being fully formed adults.

How cool is that?