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The Common Greenback, also known as the Green Paddy Frog (Hylarana erythraea), can reach a length of 7.5 cm for the female and 4.5 cm for the male. Along each side of its green body, it has a distinctive white band. Additionally, it reveals a white upper lip.

The majority of this nocturnal frog’s diet consists of insects and other small invertebrates. Amphibians like the Green Paddy Frog are natural biological indicators of the health of an ecosystem because they thrive in clean water.

The Field Frog (Fejervarya limnocharis) has brown skin and irregular dark blotches, making it look more like a toad. This frog typically reaches a length of 6 cm and has hind legs that are very muscular and have half-webbed feet.