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Myobatrachidae (Australian frogs)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Myobatrachidae (commonly known as the Australian ground frogs) are a family of frogs found in Australia and New Guinea. Members of this family vary greatly in size, from species less than 1.5 cm (0.59 in) long, to the second-largest frog in Australia, the giant barred frog (Mixophyes iteratus), at 12 cm (4.7 in) in length. The entire family is either terrestrial or aquatic frogs, with no arboreal species.
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Genus

Arenophryne (Australian dumpy frog) (2)
Assa (Pouched frog) (1)
Crinia (Australian froglet) (15)
Geocrinia (Ground froglet) (7)   (1)
Metacrinia (Toad) (1)
Mixophyes (8)   (2)
Myobatrachus (Turtle frog) (1)
Paracrinia (Frog) (1)
Pseudophryne (Toadlet) (13)   (3)
Rheobatrachus (2)
Spicospina (Frog) (1)
Taudactylus (Torrent frog) (6)   (4)
Uperoleia (Toadlet) (26)

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