|Common Name||Yin-yang Frog|
|Range||Bidoup Nui Ba National Park in Lam Dong Province, the Central Highlands of Vietnam.|
Leptobrachium leucops, (common name: Yin-yang Frog), is a species of frog in the Megophryidae family. This toad was discovered by Bidoup Nui Ba National Park in Lam Dong Province, the Central Highlands of Vietnam by a group of American, Australian and Vietnamese scientists. The yin-yang frog was found at the altidude of around 1500-1900 m above sea level.
The yin-yang frog is nocturnal, has a length up to 4.5 cm (1.8 in) and have partly white pupils, ridges on their skin and several stripes on their four limbs.