Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog

The Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog (Rana subaquavocalis) is a species of frog in the Ranidae family. It is found in the United States and possibly Mexico. Its natural habitats are temperate forests, temperate grassland, intermittent rivers, freshwater marshes, freshwater springs, ponds, and open excavations. More

* Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog, Rana subaquavocalis * Tlaloc's Leopard Frog, Rana tlaloci * Lowland Leopard Frog, Rana yavapaiensis The Tsushima Brown Frog is sometimes called "Tsuschima Leopard Frog". More

Justification: The Ramsey Canyon leopard frog is limited in distribution to a few drainages on the eastern slope of the Huachuca Mountains, where it occurs primarily in impoundments in oak woodland and grasslands. It is apparently extirpated from the type locality (Ramsey Canyon). More

Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frogs is a natural aquatic system; the remainder are artificial or highly modified aquatic systems (Sredl et al. 1997). List of Habitats:1.4Forest - Temperate 4.4Grassland - Temperate 5.2Wetlands (inland) - Seasonal/Intermittent/Irregular Rivers/Streams/Creeks 5. More

Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog (RCLF) release data for Beatty's & E-mail that states RCLF are Chiricahua LF = So if you want to know more visit Chiricahua Leopard Frog Recovery Only click on the following if you have high speed internet service, More

only way to see a Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog was to use binoculars. What could we see? Only the eyes and the top of the head, sticking out of the vegetation in this little man-made pond. More

The Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog (Rana subaquavocalis) is an extremely rare species, known only from Ramsey, Brown, and Tinker canyons in the Huachuca Mountains of southeastern Arizona. There are a few small ponds in Ramsey Canyon where the species may be seen. More

Images Ramsey Canyon leopard frog resting at surface ARKive is working with IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature, to source images of the world's threatened amphibian species. More

Images previous Ramsey Canyon leopard frog imageTwo Ramsey Canyon leopard frogs in pond © Kurt W. More

Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog Conservation Agreement and Conservation Assessment and Strategy Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog Conservation Agreement and Conservation Assessment and Strategy Arizona Game and Fish Department August 2007 1. More

Ramsey Canyon leopard frog repatriation Southwest Region, October 30, 2004 Print Friendly Version AESO and Arizona Game and Fish Department personnel repatriated 13 Ramsey Canyon leopard frogs to the renovated Barchas House Pond on the Coronado National Forest More

Above: A Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog lounges on a pond in the Huachucas (8/5/2008). More

Wildlife biologists released Ramsey Canyon leopard frogs, one of the rarest frogs on earth, back into their habitat at the Coronado National Forest Service's Barchas Ranch near Sierra Vista on September 29. More

The extremely rare Ramsey Canyon leopard frog population grew by 79 during the Sept. 25 release of 69 juvenile and 10 late-stage tadpoles at the Orchard Pond at The Nature Conservancy near Sierra Vista. More

Order : Anura
Family : Ranidae
Genus : Lithobates
Species : subaquavocalis
Authority : (Platz, 1993)