English : Taylor’s bug-eyed frog
French : Grenouille lichen de Taylor
Class : Amphibia
Order : Anura
Family : Rhacophoridae
Notes : No subspecies known.
Adults can grow to about 3.5 cm in length. Skin is very warty, grey eyes with fine reticulations. Coloration is brown with black and white spotting. Lower back is lavender-grey. Underside is creamy with fine purple-brown reticulations.
Range and habitat
The species occurs in south-east Asia, in scattered localities in western and central Thailand, South-east Thailand, South and north-central Cambodia. Lives in lowland seasonally flooded forests, mountain forests, up to 1500 m.
IUCN RED LIST : LEAST CONCERN
CITES : Not listed
Status : The species seems to be relatively common in suitable habitat within its range. Habitat loss is likely causing declines in many populations.
Ex-Situ Programs : None known
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