IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

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Platymantis negrosensis, also known as the Negros Forest Frog, has a snout-vent length ranging from 30-50 mm. It has scattered tubercles and ridges on its back. The disks of its fingers are broadly dilated.

Platymantis negrosensis was confused with P. guentheri prior to its description. Conservation measures in place include the establishment and management of protected areas.


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