29 October 2011

more arums, and a small suprise

Arum Lilies (Zantedeschia aethiopica), with Arum Lily Frog (Hyperolius horstockii), Noordhoek Common. These tame little frogs are about 35mm long, and fairly abundant and widespread on the southern Peninsula in the right habitats. Fortunately they are not too fussy about living in fairly disturbed wetlands like this one under the European oaks. And of course they don't live only on arum flowers.


  1. your photographs continue to delight!

  2. Thank you - always nice to get compliments from someone as talented as you!

  3. Like Marie said - WOW!!! Such a stunning shot! We used to get those little rain frogs in our house in PE all the time.