Thank you for comments to both pictures, your words are really kind :)
According to number of localities of R. dalmatina in Switzerland it looks similar to Poland. Recent number of records for this species is much higher than some 10-20 years ago. And the reasons can be two, I suppose. The first - mentioned by you, lack of knowlegde how to recognize this species from eg. R. temporaria. Second - maybe some climat changes? Or just this "long distance jumpers" jumped to our countries in higher number of individuals? ;>
Anyway, I must say that I have never seen this species in Poland, it is still very rare (even if it can be found even in Denmark or Sweden!!!).
Best greetings and I am waiting for your new frog picture!
LONG DISTANCE JUPMER (52)