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A New Gliding Frog of the Genus Rhacophorus from Borneo

A rhacophorid frog from Borneo is divergent genetically and morphologically from Javanese R. reinwardtii, with which it was formerly confused, and is recognized as a distinct species. The frog differs from R. reinwardtii by an immaculate green dorsum and a black posterior thigh surface, which is stu... Full description

Journal Title: Current herpetology 2013-08, Vol.32 (2), p.112-124
Main Author: Matsui, Masafumi
Other Authors: Shimada, Tomohiko , Sudin, Ahmad
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Language: eng ; jpn
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Publisher: UniBio Press
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  • Shimada, Tomohiko
  • Sudin, Ahmad
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  • MtDNA phylogeny
  • New species
  • Original s
  • Rhacophorus reinwardtii
  • Taxonomy
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description: A rhacophorid frog from Borneo is divergent genetically and morphologically from Javanese R. reinwardtii, with which it was formerly confused, and is recognized as a distinct species. The frog differs from R. reinwardtii by an immaculate green dorsum and a black posterior thigh surface, which is studded with sky blue spots in the female. Because the frog is also divergent genetically and morphologically from the other congeners recently split from R. reinwardtii, we describe it as a new species, R. borneensis.
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