Vietnamese Mossy Frog
The Vietnamese Mossy Frog has bumpy, mottled skin in various shades of green and black. It can grow up to 3.5 inches long. It has large eyes and toes which have adhesive disks. Females are slightly larger than males.
Location: Animal Not Currently At Zoo
The Vietnamese Mossy Frogs range is Northern Vietnam, possibly China.
Vietnamese Mossy Frogs live in steep, rocky limestone cliffs in evergreen rain forests.
Conservation StatusLeast Concern
Vietnamese Mossy Frog eggs hatch in 7 to 14 days.
Clutch: 10 eggs laid in gelatinous masses incubated above water in highly aerated waters. Sometimes as low as 4 eggs or high as 25 are also possible.
If threatened, Vietnamese Mossy Frogs will curl up into a ball to disguise the fact that it is edible.
Vietnamese Mossy Frog eggs are deposited above the water to protect the eggs from water dwelling predators. When the eggs hatch the tadpoles will drop into the water below.
Insects, small animals
Crickets, wax worms, meal worms