Ptychadena ingeri is a species of frog in the family Ptychadenidae. It is endemic to the north-eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo where it is known from the Garamba National Park. It is likely to occur more widely, possibly reaching into South Sudan. It is named after Robert F. Inger, an American zoologist from the Field Museum of Natural History. Common name Inger's grassland frog has been coined for it.