Hyalinobatrachium taylori
family: Centrolenidae
subfamily: Hyalinobatrachinae

© 2010 Pedro L. V. Peloso (1 of 2)
Conservation Status (definitions)
IUCN (Red List) Status Least Concern (LC)
Other International Status None
National Status None
Regional Status None

Country distribution from AmphibiaWeb's database: French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela


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From the IUCN Red List Species Account:


Range Description

This species is known from the Guianan Shield in Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, south of the coastal savannah belt. It has been recorded from 30-1,850m asl.

Habitat and Ecology

It occurs in tropical rainforest and montane Guianan forests. Specimens were found in small, rocky permanent streams in primary forest. Lescure and Marty (2001) indicated that this is a nocturnal, arboreal species that lives in forests along rivers. The eggs are laid on the upper and under sides of leaves overhanging streams, into which the larvae fall to complete their development.


Published information indicated that this is an abundant frog in some localities (like Quebrada de Jaspe in Bolívar State, Venezuela) but no exact information was given to ascertain proper figures of population size.

Population Trend


Major Threats

It occurs in an area of minimal human impact, and it is unlikely to be threatened at present.

Conservation Actions

Its range includes several National Parks and other protected areas.

Red List Status

Least Concern (LC)


Listed as Least Concern in view of its wide distribution, presumed large population, and because it is unlikely to be declining fast enough to qualify for listing in a more threatened category.


Philippe Gaucher, Marinus Hoogmoed, Celsa Señaris 2004. Hyalinobatrachium taylori. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2004: e.T55034A11243473. .Downloaded on 16 January 2019


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