Bubble boisterous sound of frog ribbit, ribbit in-house amplifier ________________________________________________________ Share this:GoogleMoreEmailPrintFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... 28 thoughts on “Bubble” Add yours The photo is not the greatest but you get the picture 🙂 Reply That’s some amplifier for a little one. Reply yeah, it’s amazing how big their ‘whatevertheyarecalled’ get 😉 Martin Reply such a cute little frog! Ribbit! Reply he or she is gorgeous – another Green Reed Frog, I think Juliet 🙂 Reply I like the composition of your photo, the rhythm in the lines of the leaves and the tiny frog in the lower right. makes the eye travel . And of course the haiga. I love that word boisterous. Reply Thanks Benedicte 🙂 I like the composition too, but not the blurringness of the photo – it was taken at night. Reply I love boisterous as well Ben – it sounds like what it is – haha 🙂 Reply Love the frog but beware the Agapanthus! Reply That is not an Agapanthus Stafford (are they dangerous? 😉 ) – I have fogotten the name, but it is a clumping grass/reedy thing. Reply What a lovely sound 🙂 Reply haha – thanks bluebee, ribbit 🙂 Reply Late at night when there’s a cricket in the house it sounds loud to me…I cannot imagine what this guy sounded like. 😉 Reply Crickets can get incredibly loud for such little things slpmartin 🙂 One frog can be loud, but get a whole croakery of frogs, and it’s deafening. Reply so great that you share your home with so many wonderful frogs! Reply It is wonderful Graham – but we also get lots of toads, and I hate them so much. Reply Nature is so clever. Not to mention the little frog 🙂 Reply Yes, the design aspects are very creative Kate 😉 Reply sonorous poetic chirp and great pic, too Reply Thanks Aletha – ‘sonorous’ is wondwful word (must add it too my list – haha) Reply These dear little frogs of yours, Gabe, look just like little ornaments – they are so perfect. Is their croak loud for their size (in the silence of the night, lol)? High, or low pitched? Love the photo! Reply They do have loud croaks adeeyoyo – the ballooned skin around their mouths makes the sound much louder than it would be without it – every frog species has a different croak (some high pitch, some low) but often they all croak together so it is just one loud cacophony. I made a recording that you can listen to here if you want: https://gabriellebryden.wordpress.com/2011/01/06/then-the-frogs-came/ Reply Got a lone cricket somewhere in the house and can hear it everywhere inside when it starts every night. Could it be searching for your frog wayyyy down under? Reply haha – maybe it is trying to communicate down under 47whitebuffalo. We have geckos that get in the house, and they make a real loud noise as well – a clicking type noise. Reply Do they get into your house or are they simply outdoors? My second oldest son, when he was a boy, use to bring home tiny little tree frogs and then they just happened to get loose in his sister’s bedroom…go figure. Reply haha – an old but good trick 😉 They do sometimes get in the house Renee – last year I found a tiny green frog on a Christmas decoration – my daughter Tessa can spot them a mile off (whereas I miss them entirely). Reply It’s so true. There definitely is quite a striking level of amplification with frogs. I think they have their own built in graphic equalisers. Love that little froggie. So cute! Reply haha – they do make an extraordinary noise for a little critter Selma (can you imagine if we had a similar air sac – eek! would look a bit strange, but imagine the reverberations). Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.