courtesy of wildhorizons.com
This coqui, perched in a Canario flower, gives you a good idea of
how small the coquis really are. Photo by Thomas Wiewandt. His website
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. • Night Symphony
• Identify a Coqui by its' sound
Coquí is a small 'singing' tree tree frog found nowhere else in
the world. They sing Puerto Rico's lullaby and probably influenced
Website with Recordings of the various Coquis.
The frog population in the rain-forest is one of the
densest frog populations in the world. There are 14 species of the
tiny Coqui, the 'song' is the mating call and starts every afternoon,
increasing in volumn with rainfall
of a coqui about to 'sing'. Photo courtesy of Rex Cauldwell. His
wepages have more pictures of forest creatures and coquis.
below to visit his website. A new window will open, just close the
window when you are finished, you will still be on rainforestsafari.com
Cauldwell Photographs of coquis website.