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Pseudepidalea brongersmai is a medium sized anuran adapted to semi-arid conditions of northwest Africa. It exhibits green dorsal spots, a tarsal fold and conspicuous paratoid glands. This species is classified as Near Threatened due to its steady decline in habitat, in a region where surface waters for breeding are intrinsically limited.


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Source: African Amphibians Lifedesk

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