Meet the Frogs

Frogs of Panama
Panama is filled with 200 species of fascinating frogs. Around 50 are facing extinction, but many species remain common, this slideshow highlights some of the incredible diversity.

Conservation Priority Species

This is a list of the priority rescue species being considered for Eastern Panama.  The number represents its conservation priority score developed by a team of in-country experts using the Amphibian Ark methodology. Taxonomy follows the amphibian species of the world by Frost et al.

Glass Frogs

Cochranella euknemos 36

Hyalinobatrachium vireovittatum 40

Sachatamia ilex 36

Sachatamia albomaculata 36

Marsupial Frogs

Gastrotheca cornuta 46

Hemiphractus fasciatus 45

Narrow-mouthed Frogs

Nelsonophryne aterrima 39

Neotropical frogs

Strabomantis bufoniformis 36

Craugastor tabasarae 56

Pristimantis moro 36

Pristimantis museosus 52

Poison dart frogs

Hyloxalus chocoensis 44

Colostethus latinasus 44

Silverstoneia nubicola 36

Colostethus panamansis 46

Ranitomeya fulgurita 36


Hylomantis lemur 52

Hyloscirtus colymba 52

Hyloscirtus palmeri 36

True Toads

Atelopus certus 52

Atelopus glyphus 56

Atelopus limosus 52

Rhamphophryne acrolopha 34

For the full list of species assessed, please see

One thought on “Meet the Frogs

  1. Hola

    En mi casa hay una especie de ranita que me tiene muy intrigada como llego ….llevo varios años con ellas en casa…donde o como podria identificarlas

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