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 ...
Tadpole, also called polliwog, aquatic larval stage of frogs and toads. Compared
with the larvae of salamanders, tadpoles have short, oval bodies, with broad ...
development of larva is a process called metamorphosis and it follows specific ...
Ten of the twelve salamander species and all of the ten species of frog that ...
Some species are viviparous, giving birth to young lacking an aquatic life stage.
The larval or tadpole stage of most frogs and toads is entirely aquatic. Tadpoles
possess a tail and ... Click on species name for profiles of each of the 20 species
In general, frogs (regardless of the degree that they are aquatic as adults) lay
their eggs in water and have free-swimming herbivorous larvae called tadpoles.
Mosquito larvae are the familiar aquatic wrigglers; they breathe air and are killed
by a ... Beetle larvae, including the whitish forms called grubs and the long
brownish .... for a fly, caterpillar for a butterfly or moth, and tadpole for a toad or
The larval deposition strategy of Allobates femoralis was tested in Southeastern
Peru using a blocked, fully crossed experimental design. Arrays of ..... Aquatic
insects, anuran larvae, and frogs were removed from the array. ..... Publisher
A frog called the Spring Peeper A Spring ... Frogs and toads have four legs and
no tails. ... In their aquatic larval stage, young amphibians vary in their diets.