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Published by Director, Zoological Survey of India in Calcutta, India .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Frogs

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFrogs of the genus Rana.
    Statementby G.A. Boulenger.
    SeriesRecords of the Indian Museum -- v. 20, Records of the Indian museum -- v. 20.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination226 p. ;
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23320327M
    OCLC/WorldCa7882522

    Endoparasites of Eleven Species of Ranid Frogs (Anura: Ranidae) from Papua New Guinea1 Stephen R. Goldberg,2,3,5 Charles R. Bursey,4 and Fred Kraus5 Abstract: Two hundred eighty-eight ranid frogs from Papua New Guinea col-lected from to were examined for endoparasites: Platymantis adiasto-lus, P. boulengeri, P. browni, P. gilliardi, P File Size: 89KB. Melanesian Islands Hotspot holds exceptional cultural and linguistic diversity. Vanuatu, for example, has living languages: more per unit area than any other country. Because many languages are spoken by only a few hundred people, they are disappearing, leading to a . Several closely related frog species of the genus Rana are found in the forests of the southeastern United States. The species boundaries are maintained by reproductive barriers. In each case, match the various descriptions of frogs below with the appropriate reproductive barrier listed.


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A MONOGRAPH OF THE SOUTH ASIAN, PAPUAN, MELANESIAN, AND AUSTRALIAN FROGS. Chalcorana macrops is a species of "true frog", monograph of the South Asian is endemic to Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Common name Masarang frog has been coined for it. The specific name macrops refers to the large eyes of this frog. Description.

Chalcorana macrops grows to at least 45 mm ( in) in snout–vent length. The eyes are very large. The head is rather large with a rounded : Ranidae. Fejervarya limnocharis is a species of frog found in South East Asia and parts of is known under many common names, including Boie's wart frog, rice field frog, and Asian grass lar studies of the Papuan complex (after Boulenger) suggest that there may be multiple species : Amphibia.

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