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    • Xenophrys parva
    • Xenophrys monticola
  • English
    • Concave-crowned Horned Toad

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Observer

nabhishek

Date

September 20, 2011

Place

Baghmara (Google, OSM)

Description

A rare frog with a characteristic call. Usually found solitary in bushes next to streams. Also found in deep caves.

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What

Concave-crowned Horned Toad Xenophrys parva

Observer

animesh

Date

September 2, 2011

Description

Xenophrys parva-was founded in Khadimnagar National Park by Jay Prakash Ray and Animesh Ghose. It was found in South-east of Bangladesh for first time, as it was recorded only in South-East of Bangladesh.

Photos / Sounds

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What

Concave-crowned Horned Toad Xenophrys parva

Observer

animesh

Date

September 2, 2011

Description

Xenophrys parva-was founded in Khadimnagar National Park by Jay Prakash Ray and Animesh Ghose. It was found in South-east of Bangladesh for first time, as it was recorded only in South-East of Bangladesh.

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Description from Wikipedia

Xenophrys parva is a species of horned frog found in South Asia and Southeast Asia, from eastern India and Nepal through Bangladesh and Burma to western Thailand and southern China (Yunnan and Guangxi) and northern Laos and Vietnam. Perhaps because of its wide distribution, Xenophrys parva is known under many common names, including concave-crowned horned toad, lesser stream horned frog, mountain horned frog, brown horn frog, Burmese spadefoot toad, and small spadefoot toad. It inhabits evergreen...

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Conservation Summary

    Source: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. . Downloaded on 10 November 2011.