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An Annotated Checklist of Amphibia of India with Some Insights into the Patterns of Species Discoveries, Distribution and Endemism

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By: KP Dinesh(Author), C Radhakrishnan(Author), KV Gururaja(Author), GK Bhatta(Author)
154 pages, 1 plate with 7 colour photos; colour illustrations, colour maps, tables
An Annotated Checklist of Amphibia of India with Some Insights into the Patterns of Species Discoveries, Distribution and Endemism
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An annotated checklist of 284 species of amphibians of India accommodated under 50 genera and 14 families is provided. Synonyms, English names, type localities, deposition of Type specimens, Type specimen availability and distributional records in India and Outside India are provided for all the species. Among the 284 species of amphibian from India, 132 are endemic to Western Ghats; 29 to Northeastern India; and 5 to Andaman Nicobar islands.

Species discovery patterns from the various biogeographics zones in India are discussed in detail. Cumulative discovery pattern with special reference to the genera Fejervarya (17 species), Nyctibatrachus (16 species), Indirana (10 species), Micrixalus (11 species), Philautus (46 species) and Gegeneophis (10 species) are also discussed.

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Systematic account
3. Discussion
4. Summary

Acknowledgements
References

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World / Checklist
By: KP Dinesh(Author), C Radhakrishnan(Author), KV Gururaja(Author), GK Bhatta(Author)
154 pages, 1 plate with 7 colour photos; colour illustrations, colour maps, tables
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