Endangered Amphibians of South America
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Show all amphibians of concern in South America.
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Common Name Range ***
Abra Acanacu Marsupial Frog Peru
Abra Malaga Toad Peru
Acancocha Water Frog Peru
Achalas Four-eyed Frog Argentina
Ackawaio Stefania Treefrog Guyana
Adelophryne spp. (2) Brazil
Agua Rica Leaf Frog Ecuador
Alsodes spp. (5) Argentina, Chile
Amazon Climbing Salamander Ecuador
Amazon Giant Glass Frog Ecuador
Amicorum Tree Toad Venezuela
Ancash Water Frog Peru
Andean Poison Frog Colombia
Andes Marsupial Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Andes Stubfoot Toad Peru
Antado Stubfoot Toad Colombia
Antioquia Giant Glass Frog Colombia
Antioquia Marsupial Frog Colombia
Argentine Water Frog Argentina
Arico Water Frog Chile
Aromobates spp. (11) Venezuela
Arthur's Stubfoot Toad Ecuador
Atelopus famelicus Colombia
Basecamp Giant Glass Frog Peru
Batrachophrynus spp. (2) Peru
Black Water Frog Ecuador
Black-legged Poison Frog Colombia
Blue Giant Glass Frog Peru
Boquete Rocket Frog Colombia
Boulenger's Rocket Frog Ecuador
Boulenger's Stubfoot Toad Ecuador
Boyaca Giant Glass Frog Colombia
Buckley's Giant Glass Frog Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Bullocks Mountains False Toad Chile
Burrowes' Giant Glass Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Cajamarca Water Frog Peru
Campo Grande Button Frog Brazil
Cannatella's Plump Toad Colombia, Ecuador
Carabobo Climbing Salamander Venezuela
Carchi Rocket Frog Ecuador
Cayenne Stubfoot Toad French Guiana
Chaco Water Frog Bolivia
Chile Mountains False Toad Chile
Chili Water Frog Peru
Choco Toad Colombia, Ecuador
Cochran Frog (14) Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Colostethus awa Ecuador
Cox's Stefania Treefrog Guyana
Cuyuja Robber Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Demonic Poison Frog Venezuela
Espada's Rocket Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Forest Stubfoot Toad Colombia
Four-eyed Frog Brazil, Uruguay
Gold-spotted Marsupial Frog Colombia
Golden Poison Frog Colombia
Guanujo Stubfoot Toad Ecuador
Guaramacal Salamander Venezuela
Hypsiboas cipoensis Brazil
Itatiaia Highland Frog Brazil
Izecksohn's Brazilian Treefrog Brazil
Johnson's Horned Treefrog Brazil, Colombia
Kokoe Poison Frog Colombia
Laguna Toad Peru
Lehmann's Poison Frog Colombia
Lemur Leaf Frog Colombia
Mocha Island Ground Frog Chile
Montevideo Redbelly Toad Brazil, Uruguay
Oreophrynella cryptica Venezuela
Oreophrynella vasquezi Venezuela
Orphan Salamander Colombia
Osornophryne sumacoensis Ecuador
Pacific Giant Glass Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Pacific Marsupial Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Pampas Giant Glass Frog Ecuador
Paraguay Horned Frog Argentina, Paraguay
Peru Andes Frog Peru
Petropolis River Frog Brazil
Phantasmal Poison Frog Ecuador
Pichincha Giant Glass Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Pichincha Poison Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Pirri Range Stubfoot Toad Colombia
Pristimantis Rain Frog (182) Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, West Indies (Grenada)
Psychrophrynella iatamasi Bolivia
Purple-sided Leaf Frog Peru
Quindio Glass Frog Colombia
Red Spotted Argentina Frog Argentina, Uruguay
Reticulate Leaf Frog Brazil
Rhinella amabilis Ecuador
Rio Calima Marsupial Frog Colombia, Ecuador
Rio Faisanes Stubfoot Toad Ecuador
Rio Mutum Frog Brazil
Rio Pescado Stubfoot Toad Ecuador
Salta Toad Argentina
Salta Water Frog Argentina
Santa Catarina Leaf Frog Brazil
Santa Marta Poison Arrow Frog Colombia
Santiago Rocket Frog Ecuador
Sky-blue Poison Frog Peru
South American Rocket Frog Ecuador
Stubfoot Toad Colombia
Sucre Water Frog Bolivia
Tadapi Treefrog Colombia, Ecuador
Tatama Climbing Salamander Colombia
Ubatuba Dwarf Frog Brazil
Vellard's Water Frog Ecuador
Walker's Sierra Frog Colombia
Yuruani-tepui Treefrog Venezuela

**What amphibians are listed here?:

The South America section of this site lists the folllowing amphibians appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Amphibians that dwell in or migrate to any part of the South American continent and nearby islands.
  • Amphibians dwelling in the Amazon Basin.

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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