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I describe a new species of Oreophryne from Southern Highlands Province and Western Province, Papua New Guinea, bringing the total number recognized in the genus to 29, of which 18 occur on New Guinea and islands immediately adjacent. Many New Guinean species await description. The new species is a small, scansorial, rainforest-dwelling frog distinguished from others of the genus in aspects of morphology, color pattern, and advertisement call.