IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Rana bedriagae, or the Levant Green Frog, is a fairly large toad, with a maximum SVL length of 78.5 mm in males, and 92.8 mm in females. It has a pointed snout and 2 distinct, longitudinal dorsolateral ridges. The hind limbs are long, with extensive webbing between the digits. Males have paired slits running from the corner of the mouth to the base of the forelimb.

The dorsum is typically greenish or brownish, sometimes with a narrow, light-yellowish mid-dorsal stripe. Large dark spots are scattered over the body. Limbs have dark crossbars, and ventral sides appear whitish. The throat is darker than the rest of the body.


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