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Microhylidae (microhylid frogs)

Wikipedia Abstract

Microhylidae, commonly known as narrow-mouthed frogs, is a geographically widespread family of frogs. The 495 species are in 68 genera and 9 subfamilies, which is the largest number of genera of any frog family.
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Genus

Adelastes (Frog) (1)
Albericus (14)   (1)
Altigius (1)
Anodonthyla (Frog) (7)   (5)
Aphantophryne (3)
Arcovomer (Frog) (1)
Asterophrys (Frog) (2)
Austrochaperina (24)
Barygenys (Frog) (7)
Calluella (Frog) (7)
Callulops (Frog) (17)   (1)
Chaperina (Frog) (1)
Chiasmocleis (Frog) (23)   (1)
Choerophryne (Frog) (9)
Cophixalus (Frog) (41)   (4)
Cophyla (Frog) (3)   (1)
Copiula (Frog) (8)
Ctenophryne (Frog) (2)
Dasypops (Frog) (1)
Dermatonotus (Frog) (1)
Dyscophus (3)
Elachistocleis (Frog) (6)
Gastrophryne (narrow-mouthed toads) (5)   (1)
Gastrophrynoides (Frog) (1)
Genyophryne (Frog) (1)
Glyphoglossus (Frog) (1)
Hamptophryne (Frog) (1)
Hoplophryne (Frog) (2)   (2)
Hylophorbus (Frog) (8)
Hyophryne (Frog) (1)
Hypopachus (sheep frogs) (2)
Kalophrynus (Frog) (14)   (1)
Kaloula (Frog) (15)
Liophryne (6)
Madecassophryne (Frog) (1)   (1)
Mantophryne (Frog) (3)
Melanobatrachus (Frog) (1)   (1)
Melanophryne (2)   (1)
Metaphrynella (Frog) (2)
Microhyla (Frog) (30)   (3)
Micryletta (2)   (1)
Myersiella (Frog) (1)
Nelsonophryne (Frog) (2)
Oreophryne (Frog) (43)   (1)
Otophryne (Frog) (3)
Oxydactyla (5)
Paradoxophyla (Frog) (2)
Parhoplophryne (Frog) (1)   (1)
Pherohapsis (Frog) (1)
Phrynella (Frog) (1)
Phrynomantis (Frog) (5)
Platypelis (Giant tree frog) (10)   (4)
Plethodontohyla (Digging frog) (9)   (2)
Ramanella (Dot frog) (9)   (2)
Relictivomer (Plump frog) (1)
Rhombophryne (Burrowing frog) (8)   (4)
Scaphiophryne (Rain frog) (8)   (2)
Sphenophryne (Land frog) (1)
Stereocyclops (Brazilian dumpy frog) (2)
Stumpffia (Stump-toed frog) (8)   (4)
Synapturanus (Disc frog) (3)
Syncope (Silent frog) (3)
Uperodon (Globular frog) (2)
Xenorhina (Snouted frog) (29)

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