(Wilkinson, Win, Thin, Lwin, Shein & Tun, 2003)
Chirixalus punctatus Wilkinson, Win, Thin, Lwin, Shein & Tun, 2003
Habitat and Ecology
Individuals were found in disturbed habitat between mountain evergreen forests and agricultural land, 1-2m above the ground in bushes. This species may be restricted to remaining secondary habitat in Rakhine as remnant populations, or (as with other Chirixalus species in Myanmar) they might prefer degraded habitats. Animals were not found in evergreen forests (Wilkinson et al. 2003). The eggs are deposited in foam nests, in particular on plants of the genus Arum, hanging over standing water. The larvae presumably develop in the water.
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