Phrynopus spp. 
 
 

Group:
Amphibians
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Peru
Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered:
  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Phrynopus barthlenaeVU-IUCN2004Peru
2. Phrynopus brackiEN-IUCN2004Peru
3. Phrynopus dagmaraeCR-IUCN2004Peru
4. Phrynopus heimorumCR-IUCN2004Peru
5. Phrynopus horstpauliVU-IUCN2008Peru
6. Phrynopus juninensisCR-IUCN2004Peru
7. Phrynopus kauneorumCR-IUCN2004Peru
8. Phrynopus montiumEN-IUCN2004Peru
9. Phrynopus tautzorumCR-IUCN2008Peru


Species/Common Names:
Phrynopus barthlenae
Phrynopus bracki
Brack's Andes Frog
Phrynopus dagmarae
Phrynopus heimorum
Phrynopus horstpauli
Phrynopus juninensis
Junin Andes Frog
Phrynopus kauneorum
Phrynopus montium
Cascas Andes Frog
Phrynopus tautzorum

Facts Summary:
Phrynopus is a genus of amphibians of concern and found in the following area(s): Peru.


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