Raorchestes parvulus is a small bush frog native to tropical southeastern Asia. Although the reproductive strategy of this species has not been studied, members of the family typically make a foam nest while mating in vegetation overhanging a stream. They create the foam by beating their legs, and the eggs are deposited into the nest and covered with seminal fluid before the foam hardens into a protective casing. When the eggs hatch, the young push their way out of the nest and fall into the water below.
This picture shows a male R. parvulus frog, photographed in
Phu Kradueng National Park, Thailand, calling by inflating its