Taxonomic Children

Total: 54

Amolops afghanus (Günther, 1858), Amolops indoburmanensis, Amolops marmoratus, Amolops panhai Matsui & Nabhitabhata, 2006, Anaxyrus americanus (Holbrook, 1836), Asterophrys leucopus, Atelopus balios Peters, 1973, Brachytarsophrys carinensis (Boulenger, 1889), Brachytarsophrys feae (Boulenger, 1887), Calluella guttulata (Blyth, 1856), Caudata, Chikila alcocki Kamei, Gower, Wilkinson, and Biju, 2013, Chiromantis punctatus (Wilkinson, Win, Thin, Lwin, Shein, and Tun, 2003), Clinotarsus alticola (Boulenger, 1882), Dendrobates tinctorius (Cuvier, 1797), Duttaphrynus crocus (Wogan, Win, Thin, Lwin, Shein, Kyi, and Tun, 2003), Eleutherodactylus planirostris (Cope, 1862), Eleutherodactylus turquinensis Barbour and Shreve, 1937, Hoplobatrachus rugulosus (Wiegmann, 1834), Hylarana tytleri Theobald, 1868, Hyloxalus awa (Coloma, 1995), Ichthyophis bannanicus Yang, 1984, Ichthyophis supachaii Taylor, 1960, Ingerana tasanae (Smith, 1921), Ingerana tenasserimensis (Sclater, 1892), Leiopelma archeyi Turbott, 1942, Leptolalax pelodytoides (Boulenger, 1893), Limnonectes doriae (Boulenger, 1887), Limnonectes hascheanus (Stoliczka, 1870), Limnonectes jarujini, Limnonectes laticeps (Boulenger, 1882), Lithobates sevosus (Goin and Netting, 1940), Microcaecilia, Microhyla nepenthicola Das & Haas, 2010, Microhyla ornata (Duméril and Bibron, 1841), Oedipina kasios McCranie, Vieites & Wake, 2008, Oedipina quadra McCranie, Vieites & Wake, 2008, Oreophryne ezra Kraus & Allison, 2009, Philautus andersoni (Ahl, 1927), Philautus parvulus (Boulenger, 1893), Pyxicephalus angusticeps, Rana boylii Baird, 1854, Rana chiricahuensis , Rana draytonii Baird and Girard, 1852, Rana kauffeldi Feinberg et al, 2014, Rana yavapaiensis, Rhacophorus feae Boulenger, 1893, Rhacophorus taronensis, Rhinella marina (Linnaeus, 1758), Spea intermontana, Telmatobufo bullocki Schmidt, 1952, Theloderma, Theloderma phrynoderma (Ahl, 1927), Xenophrys parva (Boulenger, 1893)


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