The family of free amphibians is interesting and diverse. A bright representative is considered polers, which are also distinguished by more than ten varieties. The most famous and widespread is the redbustle. Outwardly the animal looks like an ordinary toad of a small size. It is quite simple to find polers, as they live in many countries and continents, including in Europe, Germany, Turkey, Romania, Czech Republic, Austria and Sweden.
Features and description
Redgun grooves grow up to 6 cm. They have a flattened body, oval, slightly rounded muzzle. The location of the nostrils is closer to the eyes. The limbs of amphibians are quite short. Membranes are not fully developed. All the skin of the redgun grooves is covered with tubercles, the number of which increases closer to the back.
The body of amphibians has a gray shade with dark spots from above and the black abdominal side, on which there can be red, orange and yellowish intersperses. During the breeding period, the frogs appear black corncles on the fingers.
Behavior and nutrition of polers
Most often, redbellied burdock is in the water. Animals love to swim on the surface of water bodies, pushing off with its hind legs. If the water heats up hard, the frogs can move to land. E amphibrous of this type is inherent in the maintenance of a daily lifestyle. The full life of the polers directly depends on the humidity and air temperature. Based on the habitat, each group of animals goes to wintering from September-November Month.
The most delicious and affordable goodies of redgun grooves are tadpoles, insects, rainworms. To seize the prey, the frog rushes at it with the most open mouth. Earthovodes also eat larvae, water donkeys, other invertebrates.
Like many other amphibians, the marriage period of polers begins after leaving the wintering. Mate frogs exclusively at night. The couples are formed randomly. As a result of fertilization, the female lays caviar in small portions (15-30 eggs, lumps). Future offspring is the female individual attachs to branches, plant stems and leaves. The development of eggs lasts up to 10 days, after which the formation of vital systems and a rapid increase in the amount occur. Frogs reach 2 years of life.