Nanohyla arboricola (Poyarkov, Vassilieva, Orlov, Galoyan, Tran, Le, Kretova, and Geissler, 2014)

Class: Amphibia > Order: Anura > Family: Microhylidae > Subfamily: Microhylinae > Genus: Nanohyla > Species: Nanohyla arboricola

Microhyla arboricola Poyarkov, Vassilieva, Orlov, Galoyan, Tran, Le, Kretova, and Geissler, 2014, Russ. J. Herpetol., 21: 133. Holotype. ZMMU A-5051, by original designation. Type locality: "the environs of Chu Pan Phan Mountain, Chu Yang Sin National Park, Khue Ngoc Dien Commune, Krong Bong District, Dak Lak Province, Vietnam (coordinates 12°23′42″ N 108°21′1.08″ E, elevation". 

Nanohyla arboricola — Gorin, Scherz, Korost, and Poyarkov, 2021, Zoosyst. Evol., 97: 38. 

English Names

Tree-dwelling Narrow-Mouth Frog (original publication). 

Tree-dwelling Pigmy Narrow-Mouth Frog (original publication). 


Montane evergreen forests at elevations 800–1500 m, in the southern part of the Annamite Mountains in Dak Lak and Khanh Hoa provinces, Vietnam. 


Prior to 2021 treated as a species of Microhyla. Larval morphology described by Vassilieva, Trounov, Poyarkov, and Galoyan, 2017, Zootaxa, 4247: 413–428. Gorin, Solovyeva, Hasan, Okamiya, Karunarathna, Pawangkhanant, de Silva, Juthong, Milto, Nguyen, Suwannapoom, Haas, Bickford, Das, and Poyarkov, 2020, PeerJ, 8 (e9411): 1–47, placed this species in their Microhyla (now Nanohyla) annectens group and suggested that it is a species complex. 

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