Ishikawa's Frog

The Ishikawa's Frog is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

Ishikawa's Frog, Odorrana ishikawae, is a species of frog in the Ranidae family. It is endemic to Japan. Its natural habitats are temperate forests, rivers, and intermittent rivers. It is threatened by habitat loss. More

Ishikawa's Frog is the most beautiful frog in Japan. Forests are disappearing and rivers are becoming dirty. Ishikawa's frog is in danger. Amphibians have trouble changing when their environment changes. More

Information on Ishikawa's frog is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly... More

and female wild-type Ishikawa's frogs in order to preserve them in our laboratory. So far, of the artificially bred frogs, 2,000 1-4 year-old frogs have survived (Fig. 3 (B)), and the second generation has been produced during the previous breeding season. More

North American bullfrogs, and Ishikawa's frogs in Ranidea; Japanese tree frogs in Hylidae; Forest green treefrogs and Kajika frogs in Rhacophoridae; Japanese fire-bellied newts and sword-tailed newts in Caudata; and Axolotl, which is more commonly known as wooper looper in Japan. More

Order : Anura
Family : Ranidae
Genus : Odorrana
Species : ishikawae
Authority : (Stejneger, 1901)