Frogs are a diverse and largely carnivorous group of short-bodied, tailless
amphibians ... The eggs hatch into aquatic larvae called tadpoles that have tails
Tadpole definition, the aquatic larva or immature form of frogs and toads,
especially after the development of the internal gills and before the appearance
of the ...
... fact that in the aquatic larval stage one of their food sources is mosquito larvae.
... Frogs, toads and their young called tadpoles are often touted as excellent for ...
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Frogs, toads, and salamanders are amphibians. The word amphibian comes from
the Greek word ... “double-life” which refers to the switch from aquatic larvae.
Includes the salamanders, frogs, toads, and caecilians with approximately 3,900
spp. ... in aquatic larval form which breath by gills; most larvae herbivorous, some
... identified by specific labronthodont tooth; Subclass Lepospondyli; named for ...
Hormones called molting and juvenile hormones, which are not species specific,
apparently... ... Examples of metamorphosis include the tadpole, an aquatic larval
stage that transforms into the land-dwelling frog (class Amphibia). Starfishes ...
Aquatic larval stage of frogs and toads. Compared with the ... Tadpole, also
called polliwog, Littlejohn's tree frog tadpole [Credit: Froggydarb] Littlejohn's tree
The barking frog is distinguished from other Arizona anurans by a fold of skin ...
Unlike other frogs and toads in Arizona, this species lacks an aquatic larval stage
Animal Name What it eats What eats it Niche. Leech insect larva, aquatic worms,
snails, blood large frogs, ﬁsh, turtles, herons, newts Carnivore and Parasite.