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Raorchestes travancoricusÂ is a rare and endemic rhacophorid from southern Western Ghats. The frogÂ was listed in the Extinct category of the IUCN Red List until June 2015,Â even after its rediscovery in 2004.Â In June 2015, theÂ R. travancoricusÂ was reassessed to Endangered category. All published reports of the species are restricted to disturbed habitats outside protected areas and the current study report the presence of the species from eight different localities from a protected area the Periyar Tiger Reserve.Â
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