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Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi
Michael J. Tyler
by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Melbourne
Written in English
|Statement||Michael J. Tyler and Margaret Davies.|
|Series||Australian journal of zoology -- no. 63|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 90/06938 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
TYLER, M. J. New hylid frog from the central highlands of New Guinea. Records of the South Australian Museum Papuan hylid frogs of the genus Hyla. Zoologische Verhandelingen TYLER, M. J., AND M. DAVIES. Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi. struction by an Australian rainforest frog of the Litoria lesueurii complex (Anura: Hylidae). Copeia Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi. Aust. J. Zool. Suppl. Ser.
Abstract We describe a new species of riparian Litoria from the Cloudy Mountains of southeastern Papua New Guinea. The new species is a member of the Litoria nigropunctata species group and differs from other members of that group in its combination of small size, blunt snout, head wider than long, no vomerine teeth, fingers one-third webbed, red iris, and several aspects of color pattern. The. 5 Dicroglossidae Genera assigned to family Dicroglossidae Genus: Allopaa Ohler and Dubois, Genus: Chrysopaa Ohler and Dubois, Genus: Euphlyctis Fitzinger, Genus: Fejervarya Bolkay, Genus: Hoplobatrachus Peters, Genus: Ingerana Dubois, Genus: Limnonectes Fitzinger, Genus: Minervarya Dubois, Ohler, and Biju, Genus: Nannophrys Günther,
The genus of a frog might be Rana. There are a variety of frogs that fit this genus including the brown frog or the standard pond genus Rana. Example: Rana common frog is. Reference Citation; Barker, John; Grigg, Gordon A field guide to Australian frogs Rigby Limited, Adelaide. pp. Dessauer, Herbert C.; Gartside, Donald F.; Zweifel, Richard G. Protein electrophoresis and the systematics of some New Guinea hylid frogs (Genus Litoria) Systematic Zoology. 26(4) Erspamer, V.; Falconieri-Erspamer, G.; Mazzanti, G.; Endean, R. Active.
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The Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi has been redefined on the basis of a suite of osteological, myological and external characters. The grouping of species according to the presence or absence of other characters has resulted in the recognition of 37 infrageneric units of closely related species termed 'species-groups', These groups and the number of constituent species are Cited by: Add tags for "Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi".
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Tschudi. the Australian tree frog Litoria rubella, displays a clinal north-south distribution in peptide profiles that. Litoria megalops sp. nov. from mountain torrents in Papua Province, Indonesia is described. It is most similar to L. micromembrana from which it is distinguished by its smaller size (male SVL: – vs – mm), exceptionally large and prominent eyes, and conical tubercles on the dorsum.
The advertisement call of the new species is a short pulse train with 7–10 pulses per call. A male frog calling within earshot of either of these frogs is likely to be eaten. Victoria's smallest hylid is the Leaf Green River Tree Frog (Litoria nudidigitus, previously known as Litoria phyllochroa) at only 40mm long while our largest hylids, Litoria aurea and Litoria raniformis, reach as much as mm.
A C-banding and silver staining analysis of 12 species of Australian frogs of the genus Litoria, has shown that 6 morphologically distinct classes of secondary constrictions are present.
Tyler, M.J., Davies, M.: Species groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria tschudi. Aust. Zool., Suppl. series. Torrent-dwelling frogs of the hylid genus Litoria Tschudi occur throughout the Australopapuan region but reach their great- Tyler and Davies () recognized several species-groups within torrent-dwelling Litoria.
One of these, the L. becki group, is distinguished from other torrent hylids by a combination of unwebbed. Tyler Davies, M. ()Species-groups within the Australopapuan Hylid Frog Genus Eitovia Tschudi: Australian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Series No.
63 C.S.I.R.O. Tyler Davies, M. (), Frogs of the Northern Territory, For the Conservation Commision of the Northern Territory by the University of Adelaide. Protein electrophoresis and the systematics of some New Guinea hylid frogs (genus Litoria).
Syst. Zool. 26 (4): – CrossRef Google Scholar. Duellman, W. The hylid frogs of Middle America. and M. Davies. Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi.
Aust. Zool., eBook Packages. Three new species of the hylid genus Litoria from mountain streams of western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia) are described. Data on their morphology, osteology, bioacoustics, ecology and distribution are presented. Related species and original type specimens are compared.
This is a phylogenetically diverse genus containing a number of species groups, many of which could be recognized as separate genera. Again, the skin peptide profile is diagnostic of each species of Litoria, with, in most cases, each species within a particular species group producing skin peptides with similar sequences and activities.
McDonald, K.R. and Storch, D.L. ''A new reproductive mode for an Australian hylid frog.'' Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 34(1), Tyler, M.J. and Davies, M.
''Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Species Account Citation: AmphibiaWeb Litoria longirostris: Sharp-snouted Frog. Game theory predicts that investment in spermatogenesis will increase with the risk and intensity of sperm competition. Widespread support for this prediction has come from compar.
''Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi.'' Australian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Series, 63, Written by Tania Pollak (tnpollak AT ), San Francisco State University First submitted Edited by Brent Nguyen, Michelle S.
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A major challenge is the efficient rearing of tadpoles, many of which require complex habitats and specialised diets. Aquatic tadpoles of the West Australian frog Litoria moorei were kept at low density (1 tadpole per litres water) in aquaria at 25°C.(Salienta: Hylidae) Micronesica Vol.
15 Nos. June, By: Menzies, J.I., et al.In this study we analysed skin‐peptide profiles of interspecific female hybrids between the green tree frog Litoria caerulea and the magnificent tree frog L.
splendida, two closely related species from the Australian L. caerulea species group . The hybrid and parent species are shown in Fig. 1.