This species is widespread over much of central, eastern, and northeastern China. This is largely a lowland species.
Habitat and Ecology
This species inhabits mixed and deciduous broadleaved forests, bushlands, meadows, swamps, paddy fields, ponds and the surrounding vegetation. It can be found along the banks of rivers, streams and lakes. Spawning and larval development takes place in stagnant ponds, puddles, oxbow lakes, flooded quarries and lakes with dense herbaceous vegetation.The species is presumed to tolerate some degree of habitat modification.
It is common in suitable habitat.
The species is threatened locally by pollution (often from agrochemical use) and by habitat loss to increasing urbanization.
It occurs in many protected areas.
Xie Feng 2004. Hyla immaculata. In: IUCN 2014