Atelopus ebenoides, the Huila stubfoot toad, a species of true toad, lives only in Colombia. A southern population lives in the southern Colombian Andes in the Cauca and Huila Departments. The northern population (called A. e. marinkellei) may be a separate species and occurs only in the Boyacá Department, in the Cordillera Oriental.
The species' population has probably experienced a huge decline due to chytridiomycosis. The southern species has not been recorded since 1992, although no detailed searches have been attempted. The northern population was unrecorded from 1995, despite some searching, until it was spotted again in 2006.
- Cadena, A.; Acosta-Galvis, A.; Bolívar, W. & Lynch, J. (2004). "Atelopus ebenoides". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.2. International Union for Conservation of Nature. Retrieved 23 March 2014. Database entry includes a range map and justification for why this species is critically endangered
- 'Extinct' frog comes back to life, BBC, 19 May 2006, accessed May 21, 2006.