|Rana temporalis from the Western Ghats of Kerala|
Rana temporalis Günther, 1864
The bronzed frog (Hylarana temporalis) is a species of frogs. They are found in forests of Western Ghats, India and Sir Lanka. They like to live close to water. These frogs are not shy animals. They will only jump away if they are bothered by people. They are an important prey to many snakes include the Malabar Pit Viper and the Vine Snake.
Other websites [change]
- IUCN Red List page on H. temporalis.
- CalPhotos image and details on H. temporalis
- Breeding call audio from YouTube [Contributed by Western Ghat Regional Centre, Calicut]
- Amphibian Species of the World 5.3, an Online Reference page on H.temporalis