Gastric-brooding Frog - Northern Gastric-brooding Frog (R. Vitellinus) - Physical Description

Physical Description

The Northern Gastric-brooding Frog was a much larger species than the Southern Gastric-brooding Frog. Males reached 50–53 mm (2.0–2.1 in) in length, and females 66–79 mm (2.6–3.1 in) in length. This species was also much darker in colour, usually pale brown, and like the Southern Gastric-brooding Frogs its skin was bumpy and had a slimy mucus coating. There were vivid yellow blotches on the abdomen and the underside of the arms and legs. The rest of the belly was white or grey in colour. The tympanum was hidden and the iris was dark brown. The body shape of the Northern Gastric Brooding Frog was very similar to the southern species.

Read more about this topic:  Gastric-brooding Frog, Northern Gastric-brooding Frog (R. Vitellinus)

Other articles related to "physical description, description, physical":

L'Encobert - Origin Stories - Physical Description
... The main physical description of The Hidden is from Martín Viciana, a biographer admittedly unfavorable to The Hidden ... The Hidden was as a secret Jew in his account, as his description contrasts with the normal stereotype of a Sephardic Jew ... Nalle believes that this description was an intentionally unflattering one, in contrast with a prophesied savior that The Hidden had successfully presented himself as ...
File Allocation Table - Technical Design - Boot Sector - BIOS Parameter Block
... DOS 3.0) Sector Offset BPB Offset Length (bytes) Description 0x00B 0x00 2 Bytes per logical sector in powers of two the most common value is 512 ... and maximum performance, the logical sector size is often identical to a disk's physical sector size, but can be larger or smaller in some scenarios ... volumes with logical sector sizes up to 32 KB and INT 13h implementations supporting physical sectors up to 1024 bytes/sector ...

Famous quotes containing the words description and/or physical:

    He hath achieved a maid
    That paragons description and wild fame;
    One that excels the quirks of blazoning pens.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Public Opinion ... an attempt to organise the ignorance of the community, and to elevate it to the dignity of physical force.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)