Assam forest frog
Binomial name: Hydrophylax leptoglossa, Edward Drinker Cope, 1868
Hylarana leptoglossa, commonly known as the long-tongued frog, is a species of true frog in the genus Hylarana. It is native to Bangladesh, northeastern India, Myanmar, and western Thailand. It is also known under the common names Cope's frog, Cope's Assam frog, palebrown small frog, and Assam forest frog. It has recently been reported also from Bhutan.
Hylarana leptoglossa live near streams in evergreen forests. They are generally found at moderate elevations, below 500 m in India and between 600 - 700 m in Thailand. Deforestation, fires, and agricultural encroachment can pose threats to this species.
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- Hydrophylax leptoglossa
- Long-tongued frog
- Cope's Assam frog
- Cope's frog
- Hylorana granulosa, John Anderson (1871)
- Hylarana leptoglossa, Edward Drinker Cope (1868)
- Rana leptoglossa, Edward Drinker Cope (1868)
- Hylorana leptoglossa, Edward Drinker Cope (1868)
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)