During each arc, the female releases 3-10 eggs, which get embedded in the skin on her back by the male's movements. After implantation the eggs sink into the skin and form pockets over a period of several days, eventually taking on the appearance of an irregular honeycomb. The larvae develop through the tadpole stage inside these pockets, eventually emerging from the mother's back as fully developed toads.
Whats that itch behind your ear GAF? just in your hair...... there, you feel it? its moving now, slowly moving higher.[/QUOTE]
That is quietly horrifying.
[QUOTE=keuja]my god, this is so fucking disgusting![/QUOTE]
Yeah, one of the few things in this thread that makes my skin crawl.