Odorrana jingdongensis is a species of frogs in the family Ranidae. It is known from southern China and northern Vietnam, though it quite likely also occurs in the adjacent areas in Laos and in Myanmar. Its name refers to its type locality, Jingdong Yi Autonomous County in Yunnan. Common name Jingdong frog has been coined for it.
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