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Molecular Phylogeny of the Diversified Frogs of Genus Fejervarya (Anura: Dicroglossidae)
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The datasets support paraphyly for the genus Fejervarya, although alternative phylogenetic topologies, including FeJervarya monophyly, were not rejected by KH and SH tests. Expand
Genetic Divergences and Phylogenetic Relationships Among the Fejervarya limnocharis Complex in Thailand and Neighboring Countries Revealed by Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genes
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Neither the mitochondrial nor the nuclear data clarified intergeneric relationships, but thenuclear data rejected the monophyly of the genus Fejervarya. Expand
Genetic Divergence and Evolutionary Relationship in Fejervarya cancrivora from Indonesia and Other Asian Countries Inferred from Allozyme and MtDNA Sequence Analyses
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The results suggest that each of the three types of Fejervarya cancrivora can be regarded as a distinct species. Expand
Taxonomic Status of Three Types of Fejervarya cancrivora from Indonesia and Other Asian Countries Based on Morphological Observations and Crossing Experiments
Although the crab-eating frog Fejervarya cancrivora is one of the most widely distributed species in Asian region, taxonomic relationships among different populations remain unclarified. In thisExpand
Morphological Divergence, Reproductive Isolating Mechanism, and Molecular Phylogenetic Relationships Among Indonesia, Malaysia, and Japan Populations of the Fejervarya limnocharis Complex (Anura,
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This study indicated that the Malaysia population and F. multistriata from China should be designated as a subspecies of topotypic F. limnocharis, and that the Japan population should be regarded as a distinct species. Expand
GENETIC DIVERGENCE AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF FROGS IN GENUS FEJERVARYA FROM INDONESIA INFERRED FROM MITOCHONDRIAL 16S rRNA GENE ANALYSIS
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Frogs in genus Fejervarya (Bolkay) are used to study biogeography and examine patterns of gene flow across proposed zoogeographic boundaries to show that there are five FeJervarya species in the Indonesian archipelago. Expand
Evolutionary Relationships and Reproductive Isolating Mechanisms in the Rice Frog (Fejervarya limnocharis) Species Complex from Sri Lanka, Thailand, Taiwan and Japan, Inferred from mtDNA Gene
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The mtDNA and allozyme data showed that the Ranong population is most closely related to the Bangkok population in nuclear genome, but more similar to the Okinawa and Taiwan populations in mtDNA genome. Expand
Genetic Relationships and Reproductive-isolation Mechanisms among the Fejervarya limnocharis Complex from Indonesia (Java) and Other Asian Countries
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The present allozyme analyses and crossing experiments strongly suggested the presence of two distinct forms, the large type and the small type, in the F. limnocharis complex from Asia, and further subdivision of theLarge type was found in samples from India, Thailand, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, and included at least three different species. Expand
A JOURNAL ON ZOOLOGY OF THE INDO-AUSTRALIAN ARCHIPELAGO
We collected specimens of Sommer’s Sulawesi shrew-rat, Sommeromys macrorhinos, at three sites (1600, 2200, and 2600 m) and the Sulawesi small-bodied shrew-rat, Crunomys celebensis, at one site (1600Expand
SYSTEMATICS OF FEJERVARYA CANCRIVORA COMPLEX FROM INDONESIA AND OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES BASED ON ALLOZYME AND MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES , MORPHOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS AND CROSSING EXPERIMENTS
– The crab-eating frog, Fejervarya cancrivora is widely distributed in Asia, thus cryptic species might occur in this group. In order to elucidate the genetic divergence, evolutionary relationshipExpand