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Amphibians of Thailand

Species of Thailand

Burmese fanged frog

Thai: กบอดอร์เรีย

Binomial name: Limnonectes doriae, George Albert Boulenger, 1887

The Burmese wart frog, Doria's frog, or red stream frog, Limnonectes doriae, is a species of frog in the Dicroglossidae family.


The species name doriae commemorates the Italian naturalist Giacomo Doria.

Distribution and habitat

These frogs can be found in Myanmar and western and peninsular Thailand and Malaysia, as well as in the Andaman Islands (India). They are terrestrial frogs found in primary tropical forest. Breeding takes place in forest streams where the tadpoles develop. Its conservation status is insufficiently known.

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Scientific classification

Limnonectes doriae

Common names

  • English:
    • Burmese fanged frog
    • Burmese wart frog
    • Stream frog
    • Doria's frog
  • Thai: กบอดอร์เรีย

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  • Limnonectes doriae

Conservation status

Data Deficient (IUCN3.1)

Data Deficient (IUCN3.1)

Limnonectes doriae

Limnonectes doriae

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Distribution map of Burmese fanged frog, Limnonectes doriae in Thailand

Range map of Limnonectes doriae in Thailand

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