Endangered Amphibians of Asia
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Common Name Range ***
Abdulali's Wrinkled Frog India
Abe's Salamander Japan
Abor Bug-eyed Frog India
Afghani Mountain Salamander Afghanistan
Agra Bubble-nest Frog Sri Lanka
Ailao Spiny Toad China
Alicia's Wrinkled Frog India
Alpine Asian Toad China
Alpine Stream Salamander China
Anaimalai Flying Frog India
Anatolia Lycian Salamander Turkey
Anderson's Crocodile Newt Japan
Annam Flying Frog Cambodia, Vietnam
Annandale's Paa Frog India, Nepal
Ansonia latidisca Indonesia, Malaysia
Api Dwarf Toad Malaysia
Arnold's Paa Frog China, Myanmar
Balloon Frog Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam
Benkulen Toad Indonesia
Black-spotted Pond Frog China, Japan, Korea, Russia
Black-webbed Treefrog Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand
Bleeding Toad Indonesia
Bopatalawa Rice Frog Sri Lanka
Borneo Narrowmouth Toad Malaysia
Borneo Splash Frog Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia
Busuanga Wart Frog Philippines
Caucasian Salamander Georgia (Eurasia), Turkey
Ceylon Streamlined Frog Sri Lanka
Chinese Giant Salamander Western China
Chinhai Spiny Newt China
Chitwan Frog Nepal
Dahaoping Sucker Frog China, India, Vietnam
Dapitan Peak Bubble-nest Frog Philippines
Diminutive Forest Frog Philippines
Djikoro Wart Frog Indonesia
Dring's Grainy Frog Malaysia
Earless Toad China, Vietnam
Emerald-green Flying Frog China, Taiwan
Emperor Newt China
Fanged River Frog Indonesia
Fire Salamander Iran, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey
Gadgil's Tropical Frog India
Giant Spiny Frog China, Vietnam
Gunung Mulu Borneo Frog Malaysia
Hainan Knobby Newt China
Harrisson's Flying Frog Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia
Hylarana mangyanum Philippines
Indian Toad India
Israel Painted Frog Israel
Japanese Giant Salamander Japan
Jin Jiang Sucker Frog China
Jiulong Spiny Frog China
Kamboranga Bubble-nest Frog Malaysia
Kangting Sucker Frog China
Kelaart's Dwarf Toad Sri Lanka
Kina Balu Stream Toad Indonesia, Malaysia
Komodo Cross Frog Indonesia
Kwang-yang Asian Frog China
Laguna del Bay Frog Philippines
Laos Sucker Frog Laos, Vietnam
Loka Flying Frog Indonesia
Lombok Cross Frog Indonesia
Luschan's Salamander Turkey
Luzon Fanged Frog Philippines
Luzon Narrow-mouthed Frog Philippines
Malaysian Borneo Frog Indonesia, Malaysia
Masarang Frog Indonesia
Masked Tree Frog Indonesia, Malaysia
Mount Talamau Bubble-nest Frog Indonesia
Mountain Wrinkled Ground Frog Philippines
Mulu Flying Frog Indonesia, Malaysia
Nepal Paa Frog India, Nepal
Oita Salamander Japan
Oki Salamander Japan
Pahang Frog Malaysia, Thailand
Painted Indonesian Treefrog Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand
Pinnacle Bubble-nest Frog Malaysia
Platymantis indeprensus Philippines
Qinghai Lake Toad China
Red-headed Flying Frog China
Saint Andrew's Cross Toadlet Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia
Scutiger spp. (10) China, Nepal
Small-headed Frog Philippines
Sonan's Salamander China, Taiwan
Sulawesi Wart Frog Indonesia
Sumatra Toad Indonesia
Taliang Knobby Newt China
Taylor's Caecilian Sri Lanka
Taylor's Igorot Frog Philippines
Taylor's Wrinkled Ground Frog Philippines
Tientai Rough-skinned Frog China
Tirunvelveli's Hill Frog India
Torrent Paa Frog Nepal
Torrent Sucker Frog China
Vietnam Flying Frog Laos, Vietnam
Vietnam Sucker Frog China, Vietnam
Warty Lazy Toad China
Wuzhi Shan Odorous Frog China
Yellow River Frog China
Yellow-spotted Salamander China
Yunnan Spiny Frog China, Vietnam

**What amphibians are listed here?:

The Asia section of this site lists the folllowing amphibians appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Amphibians that dwell in or migrate to any nation or region found on the Asian continent and many surrounding islands.
  • Amphibians that dwell in or travel to the Black and Mediterranean Sea (and its islands).
  • Amphibians that dwell in or travel to India and Russia.
  • Amphibians that dwell in or travel to any Eurasian region.
  • Some species may be listed that dwell in or travel to some nearby areas of the Middle East (between Africa and Asia).
  • Amphibians that dwell in or travel to Indonesia and nearby islands located in the South East Asian Archipelago.
  • Amphibians that dwell in Middle Eastern countries between Africa and Asia

This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total count of species found on this site as an official count of endangered species of the world is not recommended. For more information on what creatures are listed on this site, please visit our About EEC page.

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