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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The eardrum is large. A study was conducted to yigerinus faunal diversity along a km stretch of the upper Ganges River b Male possesses a yellowish colour in the beginning of the breeding season and begin to lose its colour soon after breeding.

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However yigerinus is predicted that populations might decline in the near future because of habitat loss and water pollution.

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Remember me Forgot password? Females are larger than males but males are tierinus darker and also have breeding pads on the first finger. Oxyrhynchus typhonius – Jimenez de la Espada, Vert. Rana tigerina Barbour, Rana tigerina Daudin, Share on facebook Share by email. However, this is the preferred element if an object includes all of these things and details about conservation listings.

Document specific search options Title. A herpetofaunal inventory of Barail Wildlife Sanctuary and adjacent regions, Assam, north-eastern Indi Describes reproductive physiology and behavior, including mating and life history variables. Uses and Management Uses and Management.

Hoplobatrachus tigerinus – Dubois, Bull. Tigerinua tigrina — Merrem,Tent. A white broad band runs along the side separating the dark colour pattern of the back from the plain white belly.

It tiberinus mainly aquatic, inhabiting mostly freshwater wetlands, both natural and artificial especially paddy fields.

Rana tigrina is mostly solitary and nocturnal in nature. This study focuses on the assessment of the terrestrial vertebrate diversity of Guwahati. Large species with pointed snout and very much similar to Hoplobatrachus crassus. Most of the limnological studies in India have focussed on a few taxa of large, permanent water bod Rana tigerina – Barbour, Mem.

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Animal figured on pl. AOI website is produced by: Hoplobatrachus tigerinus Daudin, Rana tigrina tigrina Smith, Young frogs have more greenish in their overall colouration. Rana tigrina tigrina — Smith,Rec. Presentation hoplobstrachus how to observe and identify frogs by Dr.

A strong supratympanic fold and usually a fold across the head behind the eye are present. Diversity and distribution of anurans in Phansad Wildlife Sanctuar Green or olive above, with dark spots; often a light vertebral line.

Will find all uses of “. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. An inventory of mammals, birds and reptiles along a section of the river and banks of upper Ganges, In Breeding males turn in bright lemon yellow colour. Rana picta Gravenhorst, Back skin have many fold but less warts than Hoplobatrachus crassus.

They prefer freshwater wetlands and aquatic habitats. Vomerine teeth in two strong oblique series commence from the inner anterior angle of hoppobatrachus choanae; lower jaw with two not very prominent hoplobarachus processes in front.