|Elevation||1,960 m (6,430 ft)|
|Age of rock||Late Eocene-Early Oligocene|
|Mountain type||Mountain range|
Bewani Mountains is a mountain range in northwestern Papua New Guinea. Together with the Torricelli Mountains and Prince Alexander Mountains it forms the North Coastal Range of Papua New Guinea. Highest point of the mountains is at 1,960 m.
As other mountain ranges in Papua New Guinea it is home to many rare species of fauna and flora and is highly biodiverse. The black sicklebill (Epimachus fastuosus) is a threatened species which is known from a few localities in the Bewani and Torricelli mountains. Fiwo, a subspecies of the tenkile (Dendrolagus scottae) tree-kangaroo, is thought to be endemic to the Bewani Mountains. Two frog species described in 2000/2001, Cophixalus bewaniensis and Choerophryne longirostris, are so far only known from the Bewani Mountains.
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- Frost, Darrel R. (2014). "Choerophryne longirostris Kraus and Allison, 2001". Amphibian Species of the World: an Online Reference. Version 6.0. American Museum of Natural History. Retrieved 4 May 2014.
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