The Harrisson’s flying frog, Leptomantis harrissoni Inger & Haile, 1959 (former Rhacophorus harrissoni) of central Sarawak / Borneo around 700m ASL.

Leptomantis harrissoni spends most of its life high up in the forest. Males call for breeding in water-containing holes located in the trunks of trees. Eggs are laid in a foam nest attached to the bark above tree holes or buttress phytothelm. So it seems this species occurs only in old forests with big trees.