Rana tarahumarae Boulenger, 1917
The Tarahumara frog, Lithobates tarahumarae, is a species of frog in the Ranidae family found in Mexico and—formerly—the United States, where it is now regionally extinct. Its natural habitats are streams and plunge pools in canyons in oak and pine-oak woodland, and foothill thorn scrub and tropical deciduous forest in the Pacific coast tropical area. Permanent water is necessary for reproduction.
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