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Bombina variegata and European Tree Frog corus

Verona, Italy
Notes:

Full moon, midnight, slightly windy weather in Monte Baldo, Valfredda, Verona, Italy, 11 July 2014.
At 1300 meters of altitude, in a small pond, I recorded a chorus of Yellow-bellied toad and European tree frog while an uncommon bat, Tadarida teniotis, flying over the wetland.
I used a parabolic stereo microphone with 3+3 Primo EM172 capsules parallel connected.
I wish to thank Federico Novelli for the assistance during the recording.

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