An endemic and endangered species of gliding frog first described from The morphology is similar to the widely distributed malabar gliding frog.
But the colors vary. The normal coloration is darker with algae like texture on the dorsal side.
They were 3-4 males calling but no signs of any female or may be we missed to spot one!
The Kalakad gliding frog or Langbian flying frog is a species of frog in the Rhacophoridae family endemic to the southern Western Ghats in Kerala and Tamil Nadu states, India. Its name refers to its type locality, the town of Kalakkad in Tamil Nadu.