Guerreran leopard frog
|Guerreran leopard frog|
Rana omiltemana Günther, 1900
Guerreran leopard frog inhabits montane forests at around 2,400 m (7,900 ft) elevation. It breeds in streams.
Guerreran leopard frog has only been known from two locations, but has not been recorded since 1978. It might be extinct. One populations was likely extirpated by water extraction.
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