This species occurs along the Pacific Coast of Panama; in the vicinity of the city of David, and then from the Province of Veraguas eastward towards the Canal Zone.
Habitat and Ecology
The areas that this species is found in correspond to the tropical dry forests of the Pacific coast of Panama. Males have been found calling in a weedy, shallow, muddy roadside pool. The species is presumed to be a larval developer.
There is no information available on the abundance of this species.
Although the species is believed to be likely to be quite tolerant of disturbance, threats such as cattle ranching, severe habitat alteration and agricultural chemicals could be detrimental.
This species was separated from Incilius coccifer by Mendelson et al. (2005).
IUCN SSC Amphibian Specialist Group 2015. Incilius signifer. In: IUCN 2014