(Liu & Hu, 1973)
Rana anlungensis Liu & Hu, 1973
Odorrana anlungensis is a species of frog in the Ranidae family that is endemic to China: it is only known from its type locality, Mount Longtou in Anlong County, Guizhou. Its common name is Lungtou frog or Anlung odorous frog. Little is known about this species found in shaded hill streams 2-3m wide in forested areas.
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