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Description of a New Species of Hylarana from Sumatra (Amphibia, Anura)

A ranid frog of the genus Hylarana from eastern Sumatra is sufficiently divergent morphologically from other congeners as to be recognized as a distinct species. In addition, the frog is also much divergent from the other members of the species group genetically, we hereby describe it as a new speci... Full description

Journal Title: Current herpetology 2012-06, Vol.31 (1), p.38-46
Main Author: Matsui, Masafumi
Other Authors: Mumpuni , Hamidy, Amir
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Language: eng ; jpn
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Publisher: UniBio Press
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  • Hamidy, Amir
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  • Hylarana baramica
  • MtDNA phylogeny
  • New species
  • Original s
  • Sumatra
  • Taxonomy
ispartof: Current herpetology, 2012-06, Vol.31 (1), p.38-46
description: A ranid frog of the genus Hylarana from eastern Sumatra is sufficiently divergent morphologically from other congeners as to be recognized as a distinct species. In addition, the frog is also much divergent from the other members of the species group genetically, we hereby describe it as a new species, H. rawa. It is closest to H. baramica, H. laterimaculata, and H. glandulosa among members of Hylarana.
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