Ranidae A cladogram showing the relationships of the different families of frogs in the clade Anura can be seen in the table above. This diagram, in the form of a tree , shows how each frog family is related to other families, with each node representing a point of common ancestry. It is based on Frost et al. Frogs have no tail, except as larvae, and most have long hind legs, elongated ankle bones, webbed toes, no claws, large eyes, and a smooth or warty skin.
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I generally try to avoid second-guessing the survival skills of any species to which I do not belong, but I'm beginning to wonder if the mice in residence here at TWD World Headquarters are really competent. As I mentioned last month, winter's cruel pinch will soon be upon us all, and many of the local woodland creatures have been migrating into the house over the past month. Compared to the hornets in the shower, the mice are welcome, and I do my best to think of them as little people in mouse suits, but I'm starting to think it would be more accurate to regard them as very stupid little people in mouse suits. Look, this is a big old house with lots of places to hide and an alarming array of unsecured foodstuffs to raid. So why, if you're a mouse and you'd prefer to continue being a mouse, would you pick the food bowl of two very bored cats as your primary dining venue? I walked though the kitchen one morning a while back, said hello to the cats, went out into the laundry room, and discovered a small gray mouse sitting in the cats' food bowl stuffing its face with cat chow in broad daylight.
Frog Went a-Courting
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More Frog Rubber Model Plans Delta 16 I was very pleased when Peter Williams kindly sent me a copy of this rare plan, which never appeared in his catalogue. I know he spent several years looking for a copy. The model is 17 inch span, so not sure where the Delta 16 name came from. It dates from , and should be an interesting challenge to get it to fly well.