PROTECTION STATUS: Threatened
YEAR PLACED ON LIST: 1997
CRITICAL HABITAT: 260 acres in Puerto Rico designated in 2007
RECOVERY PLAN: 2004
RANGE: The Pandura range in southeastern Puerto Rico, west to Patillas/San Lorenzo
THREATS: Deforestation, construction and industrial development, runoff from the use of pesticides and fertilizers in agriculture, the use of caves as garbage dumps, and fire
POPULATION TREND: The population trend is unknown, but the species is extremely restricted in geographical distribution and occurs only on privately owned lands. All individual frogs are in fewer than five locations.