This species is known only from Khao Yai National Park in Thailand, in Nakhon Ratchasima Province and in Nakhon Nayok Province (Sarika Waterfalls) (Bain and Stuart, 2005). Its elevational range is not known, nor is it known whether or not it might occur more widely.
Habitat and Ecology
Specimens of this species have been collected at night in dry evergreen and gallery evergreen forest on rocks, vines, trees, and stream banks within 4.5 m of 3.5–18m wide streams (Bain and Stuart, 2005). One specimen was also found on the forest floor away from water (Bain and Stuart, 2005). These frogs have been found from ground level to 1.5m above ground (Bain and Stuart, 2005). The tadpoles are unknown (Bain and Stuart, 2005), but presumably develop in streams.
There is no recent information on the abundance of this species (Bain and Stuart, 2005). It is known only from 18 specimens collected in 1969 and 1970 (Bain and Stuart, 2005), but the lack of subsequent records might be due to a lack of survey effort.
There is no information on threats to this species, but all records so far are from a well-protected area.
It occurs in Khao Yai National Park (Bain and Stuart, 2005). Surveys are needed to determine its geographic distribution, abundance, ecological requirements, threats and conservations needs.
Red List Status
Data Deficient (DD)
Raoul Bain 2008. Odorrana indeprensa. In: IUCN 2014