Black and white litter toad
Binomial name: Leptobrachella melanoleuca, Masafumi Matsui, 2006
Leptolalax melanoleucus is a frog species in the family Megophryidae. It is endemic to Thailand, although it has a relatively wide distribution near the Burmese border from the Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary (the type locality) in the central peninsular Thailand northwards to the vicinity of Pilok in Thong Pha Phum District, southwestern mainland Thailand; it is expected to be found in Burma. The type collection consists of three males measuring 27 - 29 mm in snout-vent length and a single female at 33 mm SVL. Males can be found calling at night near small streams.
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Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Amphibia Order Anura Family Megophryidae Genus Leptobrachella Species Leptobrachella melanoleuca
English: Black and white litter toad
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
Khao Sok National Park Khlong Nakha Wildlife Sanctuary Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary Kui Buri National Park Maenam Phachi Wildlife Sanctuary Mueang Ranong District, Ranong Ngao Waterfall National Park Sri Phang-nga National Park Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi Thong Pha Phum National Park Range map of Leptobrachella melanoleuca in Thailand
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