IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Phrynobatrachus auritus is a medium to large sized species (SVL < 35 mm) of puddle frog with a wide distribution across Central Africa. Members of this genus are identified by the presence of a midtarsal tubercle, elongate inner metatarsal tubercle, and outer metatarsal tubercle. This species characterized by a distinct tympanum, moderate to extensive pedal webbing, and large discs on the fingers and toes. A pair of narrow glandular folds is normally present that begin behind the eyes, converge in the scapular region, and continue down the back to the sacral region.


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Source: African Amphibians Lifedesk

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