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 esculenta chinensis — Wolterstorff,Abh. We are not responsible for their content. Liu,Fieldiana, Zool.
Hoplobatrachus rugulosus – Taxonomy Result
In the Hoplobatrachus tigerinus group of Dubois,Bull. Not stated or known to exist. The frogs are commonly found in wet markets, seafood markets, and pet stores.
Shen,Fauna Hunan, Amph. ZMBaccording to Peters,Monatsber.
The frog’s forelimbs and hind legs are fried in oil, while in the adobo method in which the entire frog is utilizedthey are cooked in soy sauce and vinegar. Interprets this as “Lithobates AND pipiens” so will return hoplobatracgus records that have the character string “Lithobates pipiens” anywhere within a record: Synonymy by Stejneger,Proc. Means that the results of the search will all records that have either of the terms held together by an OR Lithobates OR “Costa Rica” Recovers all records that contain the word “Lithobates” or “Costa Rica”: Subsequently published by Wiegmann,Nova Acta Phys.
Nguyen, Ho, and Nguyen,Checklist Amph.
They are primarily insectivores. The name Rana rugulosa was published twice: Considered by Werner,Abh. Subsequently he Liu and Hu,Tailless Amph. Search only within taxon autocomplete list. Skip to content Skip to search. The medium-sized frogs are sold as pets in pet stores, and the smaller variant is sold as live food for arowanas. See also brief account as Rana rugulosa by Zhao and Yang,Amph. Neotype from “near Guangzhou City, Guangdong, China”.
The domesticated Thai variety and wild Chinese populations of H.
Stuart,in Duckworth et al. See comment under Hoplobatrachus tigerinus which has been widely confused with this species. Rugosed Frog Nutphund,Amph. Retrieved 16 January Not stated, presumably NHMW, and clearly including animals figured in figs.
Rugose Frog Chan-ard,Photograph. Views Read Edit View history. Guo, Yang, and Li,Colored Illust. Rana Euphlyctis rugulosa — Dubois,Monit. This page was last edited on 29 Aprilat See comment under Dicroglossidae. rugulossus
These frogs, though much smaller than their Western counterparts, are used by Chinese to cook frog legs and by Filipinos who cook them using the adobo method. Alternative label name for Rana tigrina var. Rana rugulosa — Annandale,Rec. For the vulnerable species of frog, see Chinese edible frog Quasipaa. See comment regarding cryptic species.
They are widely farmed in Sichuan, China, Malaysia, and Thailand. Rana tigrina rugulosa — Smith,Bull.
Chinese edible frog
Books Mss Maps Brit. Synonymy with Hoplobatrachus tigerina by Boulenger,Rec. In Filipino, they are called “palakang hoplobatracyus which means “frog of the field. Fitzinger, “”, Sitzungsber.
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Recovers only records that contain the word Lithobates AND “Costa Rica”, but excludes hopplobatrachus record that contains the word “forreri” in any part of the record: Hoplobatrachus rugulosus Wiegmann, Class: See brief account and photo as Hoplobatrachus tigerinus by Manthey and Grossmann,Amph. Will find all uses of “.
Means that the results of the search will all records that have either of the terms held together by an OR. Rana tigerina rugulosa — Fang and Chang, hplobatrachus, Contrib.
Dubois and Ohler, “”, Zool.