Descriptions and articles about the Indus Valley Bullfrog, scientifically known as Hoplobatrachus tigerinus in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; C. Very bulky frog with long muscular limbs. Distinctly long and pointed snout. The eardrum is large. Back skin have many fold but less warts than Hoplobatrachus. Rana tigerina Daudin, “An. XI”, Hist. Nat. Rain. Gren. Crap., Quarto: Holotype: Animal figured on pl. 20, of the original; originally in MNHNP, now lost.
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Does not include altitudinal distribution, which is covered under Habitat. Documenting the fauna of a small temporary pond from Pune, Maharashtra, India Desc: Lower part of the body is smooth. Views Read Edit View history.
Hindlimb is very long; toes are long, entirely webbed with prominent rounded tips; a large, blunt inner metatarsal tubercle is present; a prominent dermal fold present on inner side of fifth toe and a more or less prominent dermal fold present on inner side of tarsus Skin of the dorsum is granulated, with large prominent warts and longitudinal glandular folds.
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Hoplobatrachus tigerinus (Daudin, ) | Amphibian Species of the World
Describes the likelihood of the species becoming extinct in the present day or in the near future. Amphibian communities in three different coffee plantation regimes Dorsally yellowish green to olive brown with dark spots, these spots become more numerous and crowded towards the posterior side of the back.
We are not responsible for their content. Describes the general appearance of the taxon; e. Females are larger than males but males are more darker and also have breeding pads on the first finger. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
They inhabit holes and bushes near permanent water sources. Document specific search options Title. The eardrum is large. Rana Rana tigrina — Boulenger,Rec.
Skin of back with longitudinal folds; a strong fold above the tympanum. Also see other supporters General description of the sites where the species is found ecosystem, forest, environment or microhabitat.
Hoplobatrachus tigerinus Daudin, Class: In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. May be referred to as or include habit, defined as the characteristic mode of growth or occurrence associated to its environment, particularly for plants.
Rana tigerina Daudin, AOI website is produced by: Tympanum is distinct; tongue is large and entire. See account by Dutta and Manamendra-Arachchi,Amph. Amphibian Species of the World: It is common in Madagascar where it is introduced, and its range is expanding.
Rana malabarica Kelaart, Prodr. Electronic Database accessible at http: A checklist of amphibians of Kerala, India Desc: A survey of amphibian mortality hoplkbatrachus roads was hoplobatrachsu out in the Sharavathi river basin in the centr Dicroglossus tigrinus – Deckert, Sitzungsber.
Tibio-tarsal articulation reaching the ear, the eye, or a little beyond. Osilophus typhonius – Tschudi, Classif. It is essentially aquatic, and is said, to jump over the hoplobatrachuz of the water much in the same way as on land when frightened. Male hoplobatrschus two subgular vocal sacs, conspicuous externally by folds of the skin on the sides of the throat; these regions generally blackish. Negative impacts on humans, communities. Rana tigrina tigrina — Smith,Rec.
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They call single or in chorus. Rana tigrina tigrina – Smith, Rec. Species diversity of South Asian burrowing frogs within the genus Sphaerotheca is still obscure bec Retrieved from ” https: Captive farming of this species as a food sourceand also of the American bullfrog Rana catesbeianastarted in Thailand in the s.
Its diet includes invertebrates, small mammals and birds. Cultured Aquatic Species Information Programme.
Retrieved 27 December A very light yellow vertebral stripe from the snout to vent is present.