Binomial name: Rana johnsi, Malcolm Arthur Smith, 1921
Johns' groove-toed frog or Johns' frog (Rana johnsi) is a frog species in the true frog family (Ranidae). It is found in scattered locations in southern China and Vietnam and in the Khammouan Province of Laos, eastern Cambodia, and north-central Thailand. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical evergreen forests where it can be found in leaf-litter and on low vegetation near streams. It breeds in paddy fields, at least. It is mostly known from protected areas without other major threats than fires. It is not considered threatened by the IUCN.
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- Rana johnsi
- English: Johns' groove-toed frog
- Rana sauteri, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1921)
- Rana sauteri johnsi, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1921)
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)