Common Name: Rapid’s Frog
Scientific Name: Limnomedusa macroglossa
Location: Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay
Size: 2.1 inches or 55mm
The Rapid’s Frog is the only member of it’s genus, Limnomedusa. They breed in the spring in Southern Hemisphere from late August to the start of February. The males call from under rocks to attract mates. The eggs are laid in isolated ponds in the forests.
While they are only listed as Least Concern, they are threatened by deforestation for agriculture and the creation of dams.