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July 2019

The Cascade Glass Frog (Sachatamia albomaculata) is one of the most distinctive members of its family, the Centrolenidae or glass frogs, named after the trasparent nature of their skin, which in some species allows even the beating heart to be seen. During the rainy season, males like this one display and call from branches and leaves above streams in humid forests. In Panama, this frog can be found in low and mid-altitude forests, mostly on the Caribbean slope. All glass frogs are nocturnal, and searching for these and other amphibians along forest streams is one of the most rewarding and fun activities during our tours.
Photographed by Ignacio Yúfera in Nusagandi, on one of our Darien itineraries.

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