The Rhacophorus Reinwardtii, also known as the black-webbed tree frog, green flying frog, and Reinwardt's tree frog, is a species in the family of Rhacophoridae. Just like *Wallace's Flying Frog and *Malabar Gliding Frog, this is a species that are able to glide from tree to tree because of a membrane that stretches between its fingers.
It is found in China, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
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This, like the Wallace's Flying Frog, is in the family of Rhacophoridae and can glide to the forest floor from the tree tops, where it is normally found. It can only glide up to 9-12 metres, 150 times it's body length.
Rachophoridae is a family of moss frogs, some of them flying. Here are a few:
Chinese Flying Frog (Rhacophorus dennysi)
The magnificent Wallace's Flying Frog, or the Abah River Flying Frog, is found in the Malay Peninsula and western Indonesia. It has large eardrums and horizontal pupils; and orange and black webbed fingers. This, along with fringe of skin stretching between it's limbs, helps it parachute to the forest floor from high in the trees.
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