|Named By:||Maria Ana Baez, Linda Trueb & Jorge O. Calvo in 2000|
|Time Period:||Middle Cretaceous, 99.6-93.5 Ma|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Amphibia | Batrachia | Anura | Mesobatrachia | Pipoidea ||
Avitabatrachus uliana is the single species in the extinct genus Avitabatrachus, a genus of prehistoric frogs that lived in the Middle Cretaceous. Fossils of A. uliana were found in north-west Patagonia in Argentina. It was properly described in 2000 and was then concluded to be most closely related to Pipidae frogs and hence was included in Pipimorpha.