||Wallace's Flying Frog|
||Borneo, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, and Southern Thailand.|
||Occurs in lowland rainforest, and usually lives high in the tree canopy. Descends to muddy pools during the rainy season to breed and lay eggs.|
|| ||One of the largest tree frogs in Southeast Asia, reaching lengths of over 10 cm. It is a rich green dorsally with a finely pebbled texture to its skin. The underside is white, becoming rich yellow towards the sides and along the legs. Webbing of the feet is black near the base of the toes.
|| ||This is the original "Flying Frog of Borneo", being described and illustrated by Alfred Russel Wallace during his visit to the island in the 19th Century. Although not actually capable of true flight, the webbing between its toes is sufficient to allow it a controlled glide down from the tree canopy, about an equal distance forward as height.
|| ||Least Concern