AnimalBytesTV - Travel with Brian to visit Josh’s Frogs, one of the premier frog breeders in the world. See tons of different, beautiful frogs and learn some cool stuff about...
Field Herp Forum - See some beautiful photos taken during a short trip to Canada, featuring some beautiful amphibians and snakes.
Field Herp Forum - See tons of awesome snakes, lizards, and amphibians found throughout the spring and summer of 2014, so far, as well as lots of other cool, adventurous photos.
Field Herp Forum - Members get together and share some great photos of their favorite reptile and amphibian eyes.
Dendroboard - A member celebrates ten thousand views with an awesome round of bright leuc dart frog photos.
Dendroboard - An awesome thread on a member’s red beach Basti dart frogs updates with some more bright and majestic photos.
Dendroboard - An excellent frog room thread captures a variety of colorful dart frogs and shows off their lush environments.
Field Herp Forum - A member shares the stories and photos from a great trip to Bangladesh and the Sundarbans.
Dendroboard - After receiving a beautiful pair of wide banded auro dart frogs, a member updates their frog room thread with a few sweet photos.
Facebook - How about a sweet little dart frog to brighten your day?
Frog Forum - A member’s handsome yellow Terribilis dart frogs pose for pictures.
Dendroboard - A nice frog room update includes a few nice calling videos and photos featuring a member’s handsome dart frogs
SSnakess - A member shares some great photos of the Phyllomedusa sauvagii frogs they picked up at the San Diego Super Show.
Dendroboard - The red hot coloration of a few lovely Paru dart frogs show up wonderfully on camera in a great photo update.
On the Web - Josh’s Frogs joins Herpin Time Radio to talk about Asian climbing toads, mantellas and everything else that has been going on at their facility recently.
On the Web - An interesting article detailing changes in common native frogs’ tadpoles to defend against an invasive crawfish species.
On the Web - Scientists believe that some amphibian species may be able to develop a resistance to the deadly chytrid fungus responsible for decimating populations around the world.
On the Web - In addition to the chytridiomycosis fungal disease believed to be responsible for decimating amphibian populations worldwide, scientists now believe that the ranavirus may also be posing a significant...
Reptile Forums UK - Take a look at the neat coloration of a member’s European toads and tree frogs that look fabulous on camera.
Frog Forum - Check out this handsome selection of Asian toads (Duttaphrynus melanostictus) picked up from a greenhouse facility.