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Pristimantis paulodutrai is a frog species in the family Craugastoridae; it was formerly placed in the "wastebin genus" Eleutherodactylus. It is sometimes known by common name Paulo's robber frog. It is endemic to the Atlantic forest of eastern Brazil, from southern Bahia north to Alagoas.
Pristimantis paulodutrai is a very common frog living on low vegetation inside primary and secondary forest (up to 130m above sea level). It is not considered threatened (listed as "Least Concern") by the IUCN because of its wide distribution, tolerance of habitat modification, presumed large population, and the unlikelihood of imminent rapid decline.