Phylogenet. Evol., , suggested that it was likely a senior synonym of Hoplobatrachus rugulosus and that Ohler and Dubois intended to publish evidence. Descriptions and articles about the Asian Peters Frog, scientifically known as Hoplobatrachus rugulosus in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Distr. Chinese Bullfrog (Hoplobatrachus rugulosus) 虎紋蛙(田雞) 1, × ; KB Hoplobatrachus rugulosus from Minanga – ZooKeysgjpg.

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Rana chinensis Osbeck,Reise Ostindien China: Not stated or known to exist. Neotype from “near Guangzhou City, Guangdong, China”. Considered by Werner,Abh. Liu,Fieldiana, Zool. Subsequently he Liu and Hu,Tailless Amph. Dubois and Ohler, “”, Zool. For these reasons I retain the name Hoplobatrachus rugulosus hoploatrachus this taxon pending further discussion DRF.

Rana rugulosa Wiegmann,in Meyen ed. Subsequently published by Wiegmann,Nova Acta Phys. ZMBaccording to Peters,Monatsber. Not stated, presumably NHMW, and clearly including animals figured in figs. Synonymy by Stejneger,Proc. Fitzinger, hopolbatrachus, Sitzungsber. Alternative label name for Rana tigrina var. Rana esculenta chinensis — Wolterstorff,Abh.

Rana burkilli Annandale,Rec. Hoplobatrachis with Rana rugulosa by Annandale,Mem.

Synonymy with Hoplobatrachus tigerina by Boulenger,Rugulossu. Rana rugulosa — Annandale,Rec. Rana Rana tigerina var. Rana tigrina rugulosa — Smith,Bull.

Rana tigerina rugulosa — Fang and Chang,Contrib. Rana tigerina pantherina — Taylor and Elbel,Univ. Rana Euphlyctis rugulosa — Dubois,Monit. Euphlyctis tigerina rugulosa — Poynton and Broadley,Ann. Hoplobatrachus rugulosus — Dubois,Bull. See comment under Dicroglossidae.


I-san Field Frog Nutphund,Amph. Rugosed Frog Nutphund,Amph.

Rugose Frog Chan-ard,Photograph. See comment regarding cryptic species. In the Hoplobatrachus tigerinus group of Dubois,Bull.

See accounts by Okada,Tailless Batr. See Matsui,Contrib. Fei,Atlas Amph. See comment under Hoplobatrachus tigerinus which has been widely confused with this species. See discussion of type locality by Zhao and Adler,Herpetol.

See accounts by Yang,Amph. The name Rana rugulosa was published twice: For additional discussion see Lavilla,Cuad. Books Goplobatrachus Maps Brit.

Fei and Ye,Color Handbook Ruguosus. Taiwan population as Rana tigrina reviewed by Okada,Tailless Batr.

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See brief account and photo as Hoplobatrachus tigerinus by Manthey and Grossmann,Amph. Huang,Fauna Zhejiang, Amph. Zhang and Wen,Amph. Ruguosus also brief account as Rana rugulosa by Zhao and Yang,Amph. Song, Jang, Zou, and Shi,Herpetol. Stuart,in Duckworth et al. Nguyen, Ho, and Nguyen,Checklist Amph. Yang,in Yang and Rao ed. Gaulke,Herpetofauna Panay Island: Pansook, Khonsue, Piyapattanakorn, and Pariyanonth,Zool. Given the large range and the taxic diversity in just this one part of the distribution workers should expect several new species to be named out of this complex in the next few years DRF.

Guo, Yang, and Li,Colored Illust. Shen,Fauna Hunan, Amph. We are not responsible for their content. Skip to content Skip to search. Amphibian Species of the World 6. Search only within taxon autocomplete list.

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