Dombe Pygmy Toad
Frogs | Namibia
Introduction: Dombe pygmy toads (Poyntonophrynes dombensis) were originally named after Domba in Angola. Habitats are grassland close to rocky outcrops in north-west Namibia coastal lowlands. They have flattened and slender bodies. Males usually commence calling after midnight in a series of short bleats.
Diet: Insects such as ants, termites and spiders.
Colouration: Light to dark brown upperparts with small, dark blotches. There is a pale scapular patch and vertebral line lower down the back. The underside is clear.
Breeding: Breeds in rocky pools with a gravel substrate. Tadpoles grow up to 24mm.
Maximum size: 40mm.
Wonderfully situated remote lodge - directly on the beach near the Cape Cross seal colony
An upmarket lodge on the Skeleton Coast - only visit-able as part of a fly in safari.
Accommodation in the Skeleton Coast, really catering for fisherman but hardened visitors who absolutely have to spend a few nights inside the Skeleton Coast Park may choose to stay here
A campsite in the Skeleton Coast Park, popular with fisherman during the summer holidays