Lankanectes pera — no known English name
Prior to the discovery of this species in 2018, Sri Lanka boasted only one frog from the ancient frog family Nyctibatrachidae. Lankanectes is believed to be the only Sri Lankan amphibian lineage that survived the mass extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous period, nearly 70 million years ago.
- Lankanectes pera account on AmphibiaWeb
- Lankanectes pera account on Amphibian Species of the World
- Lankanectes pera account on iNaturalist
- Rhacophoridae overview on Amphibians of Sri Lanka
- Gayani Senevirathne, V.A.M.P.K. Samarawickrama, Nayana Wijayathilaka, Kelum Manamendra-Arachchi, Gayan Bowatte, D.R.N.S. Samarawickrama & Madhava Meegaskumbura, 2018. A new frog species from rapidly dwindling cloud forest streams of Sri Lanka—Lankanectes pera (Anura, Nyctibatrachidae)