Preliminary research on amphibians has yielded 40 species of frog in the Reserve.
“Green frog” Phyllomedusa camba.
One of the species found is the “Green frog” Phyllomedusa camba. It can measure up to 83 millimeters and is known for its slowness and difficulty in jumping. The frog is easily recognized by its beautiful green color. The Common Suriname Toad also is a prominent species in the Reserve. The male has the peculiarity of making mating calls using a bone in his throat, as can be heard through its unique song.