|Lithobates clamitans (Green Frog)|
I think you can see legs about half way down the body. It's hard for me to tell if this is a green frog or bull frog tadpole - I suspect it's a green frog because there are many green frogs in this pond in the summer, and the body to tail ratio is longer (likely Green Frog) and it doesn't have black spots (Bullfrogs have black spots).
|Altitude:||22m (72 feet)|
|Date:||Monday, May 18th, 2015 at 4:14 PM|
|Exposure:||1/400 sec at f3.5|
|Exposure Compensation:||851 ev|
|Lens:||105mm f/2.8D AF Micro-Nikkor|
|Region:||North America, Canada, British Columbia, Metro Vancouver, Richmond, Richmond Nature Park|
|Scientific Name:||species related to Lithobates clamitans (Green Frog)|
|Tag:||amphibian, Richmond Nature Park|
|Larger image:||2000 x 1335|
|Raw image:||7360 x 4912|
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