Monday, January 24, 2011

Frog Farming

Posted: 24 Jan 2011 08:22 PM PST

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Raising frogs have been conducted in several countries, both hot and temperate climates of 4 seasons. Noted European countries which have cultivated a frog, among others: France, Netherlands, Belgium, Albania,  Romania, West Germany, Britain, Denmark and Greece, the United States and Mexico. While in Asia, China, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Turkey, India and Hong Kong who have been cultivating frogs.

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History frog unknown origin, because almost found everywhere, because of its ability to adapt to the surrounding environment. Frogs are much cultivated in Indonesia (Rana catesbeiana) derives from Taiwan, despite the frog was originally comes from South America.

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Frogs belong to the order Anura, the class of amphibians without tails. In order Anura there are more than 250 genera comprising 2600 species.

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There are 4 types of frogs are native to Indonesia in consumption by our society, namely:

  1. Rana Macrodon (green frog), decorated in green and greenish brown spots and grow to 15 cm.
  2. Cancrivora Rana (frog farm), living in rice fields and the body can reach 10 cm, brown stained body dibadannya.
  3. Rana Limnocharis (marsh frog), have flesh that tastes most delicious, size is only 8 cm.
  4. Musholini Rana (frog rock / giant). Only found in Sumatra, especially West Sumatra. weighed 1.5 kg. And length was 22 cm.

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