- "Warty frog" redirects here. For other uses, see Warty Frog (disambiguation).
Krefft's Warty Frog (Callulina kreffti)
Callulina or warty frogs, is a genus of frogs in the Brevicipitidae family. These frogs are found in Tanzania and Kenya. Originally Callulina was thought to be monotypic and widely distributed through Eastern Arc Mountains in Tanzania and in southern Kenya. However, within the last decade eight new species has been identified, the majority of which are considered critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Amphibian Species of the World lists nine Callulina species, most of which has been discovered within the last few years.
Callulina dawida (Loader, Measey, de Sá & Malonza, 2009) (Taita Warty Frog) Callulina hanseni (Loader, Gower, Müller, & Menegon, 2010) Callulina kanga (Loader, Gower, Müller, & Menegon, 2010) Callulina kisiwamsitu (de Sá, Loader, & Channing, 2004) (Mazumbai Warty Frog) Callulina kreffti (Nieden, 1911) (Krefft's Warty Frog) Callulina laphami (Loader, Gower, Ngalason, & Menegon, 2010) Callulina meteora (Menegon, Gower, and Loader, 2011) Callulina shengena (Loader, Gower, Ngalason, & Menegon, 2010) Callulina stanleyi (Loader, Gower, Ngalason, & Menegon, 2010)