Species of Thailand
Warty puddle frog
Phrynoglossus magnapustulosus, Edward Harrison Taylor & Robert E. Elbel, 1958
(In Thai: เขียดหลังปุ่ม)
Occidozyga magnapustulosa (common names: Thai oriental frog, tubercled flood frog, and others) is a species of frog in the Dicroglossidae family. It is known from scattered locations in northern and eastern Thailand, and in Laos and Vietnam.
The biology of this species is poorly known as it has been mixed with Occidozyga martensii and may be conspecific with that species. Specimens allocated to this species are found in seepages, puddles and other shallow waters along streams and rivers.
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- Phrynoglossus magnapustulosus
- Warty puddle frog
- Pearl-tipped pustuled puddle frog
- Thai: เขียดหลังปุ่ม
- Micrixalus magnapustulosus, Edward Harrison Taylor & Robert E. Elbel (1958)
- Occidozyga magnapustulosus, Edward Harrison Taylor & Robert E. Elbel (1958)
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
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