This species is found in central and eastern Cuba from sea level up to 560m asl.
Habitat and Ecology
It is found in lowland mesic broadleaf forests and cultivated fields (providing farming is not too intensive). Males call in streams and shallow creeks, and eggs are laid in permanent water.
It is very common in suitable habitat.
The major threat to this species is habitat loss due to intensive agriculture (livestock, sugarcane), charcoaling, and nickel mining. Pollution from agricultural pesticides is also a threat.
This species occurs in many protected areas.
Blair Hedges, Luis Díaz 2004. Peltophryne taladai. In: IUCN 2014