Spotted Rubber Frog
Frogs | Namibia
Introduction: Spotted rubber frog (Phrynomantis affinis) are often confused with the banded rubber frog (affinis is Latin for neighbouring). Sandy ground in rocky country in dry savannah is their preferred habitat. Features include a flattened, elongated body and a snout that extends over the mouth.
Distribution: Kavango region including along the river of the same name, extending south to Grootfontein and into Kaudom Game Park and into the Zambezi Region (formerly the Caprivi Strip) as far as Victoria Falls.
Diet: Earthworms, spiders and aquatic insects.
Colouration: Small orange or red spots decorate a dark back.
Breeding: Tadpoles develop a broad and deep body with convex, tapering tail.
Maximum size: 65mm.
A satellite camp to Fiume Lodge, the Bush Camp requires a minimum two night stay and is the base for top quality guided excursions to visit a local Bushman / San community
A partially community owned camp - allows guest to gain an insight into the lives of the local Bushman community
In the town of Tsumkwe this lodge offers an opportunity to visit the local San communities