Species of Thailand
Guangdong grass frog
Binomial name: Hylarana macrodactyla, Albert Charles Lewis Günther, 1858
Hylarana macrodactyla is a species of frog in the Ranidae family. It is also known as the Guangdong frog, three-striped grass frog and the marbled slender frog.
It is found in Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, subtropical or tropical seasonally wet or flooded lowland grassland, rivers, swamps, freshwater lakes, rural gardens, heavily degraded former forest, ponds, and irrigated land.
It is threatened by habitat loss, depending on the wetland to sustain their populations during the adverse conditions in dry season.
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- Hylarana macrodactyla
- Guangdong frog
- Stripe-backed frog
- Long-toed frog
- Thai: เขียดหลังขีด
- Rana (Hylarana) macrodactyla, Annemarie Ohler & Pranab K. Mallick (2003)
- Hylarana macrodactyla, Song, Jang, Zou & Shi (2002)
- Hylarana (Tenuirana) macrodactyla, Fei, Ye & Huang (1990)
- Rana (Hylarana) macrodactyla, René Léon Bourret (1941)
- Rana (Limnodytes) macrodactyla, René Léon Bourret (1927)
- Rana macrodactyla, George Albert Boulenger (1882)
- Rana (Hylorana) macrodactyla, George Albert Boulenger in Mason (1882)
- Hylorana subcoerulea, Edward Drinker Cope (1868)
- Hylorana macrodactyla, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1864)
- Rana trivittata, Edward Hallowell (1861)
- Rana macrodactyla, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1858)
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
Range map of Hylarana macrodactyla in Thailand
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