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Vietnamophryne Poyarkov, Suwannapoom, Pawangkhanant, Aksornneam, Duong, Korost & Che 2018

Vietnamophryne

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Vietnamophryne (common name: Indochinese dwarf frogs; Vietnamese: nhái lùn; Thai: ueng tham khrae, อึ่งถ้ำแคระ) is a divergent genus of Asterophryinae frogs found in Indochina. Its closest relative is the genus Siamophryne. The genus Vietnamophryne was first described by Poyarkov, et al. (2018).[1]

Species

There are three species, so far all described in 2018:[2]

Type localities

Type localities of each species:

References

  1. ^ a b Poyarkov NA, Suwannapoom C, Pawangkhanant P, Aksornneam A, Duong TV, Korost DV, Che J (May 2018). "A new genus and three new species of miniaturized microhylid frogs from Indochina (Amphibia: Anura: Microhylidae: Asterophryinae)". Zool Res. 39 (3): 130–157. doi:10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2018.019. PMC 5968859. PMID 29683109.
  2. ^ "Vietnamophryne". AmphibiaWeb. University of California, Berkeley. 2019. Retrieved 27 September 2019.
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Vietnamophryne: Brief Summary

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Vietnamophryne (common name: Indochinese dwarf frogs; Vietnamese: nhái lùn; Thai: ueng tham khrae, อึ่งถ้ำแคระ) is a divergent genus of Asterophryinae frogs found in Indochina. Its closest relative is the genus Siamophryne. The genus Vietnamophryne was first described by Poyarkov, et al. (2018).

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