Andreone, Glaw, Vences, Vallan, 1998
Spinomantis brunae is a species of frog in the Mantellidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are forest with rocky areas, generally close to flowing water. It is possible that the frog reproduces in water flowing through the rocks. However, the frog is threatened by habitat loss by subsistence, logging, and human settlements expanding.
Spinomantis brunae has only a single frog of its kind examined, and therefore little is known about it.
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