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Megophryidae (South Asian frogs)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Megophryidae (commonly known as the litter frogs) are a large family of frogs native to the warm southeast of Asia, from the Himalayan foothills eastwards, south to Indonesia and the Greater Sunda Islands in Maritime Southeast Asia, and extending to the Philippines. As of 2014 it encompasses 180 species of frogs divided between 9 genera.
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Genus

Borneophrys (1)
Brachytarsophrys (5)
Leptobrachella (Frog) (7)   (1)
Leptobrachium (Frog) (21)   (3)
Leptolalax (Frog) (22)   (1)
Megophrys (horned frogs) (5)   (1)
Ophryophryne (5)
Oreolalax (17)   (5)
Scutiger (18)   (5)
Xenophrys (Asian spadefoot toad) (35)   (1)

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