A NEW RANID FROG FROM SOMALIA

@article{Balletto1978ANR,
  title={A NEW RANID FROG FROM SOMALIA},
  author={Emilio Balletto and Maria Adelaide Cherchi and Benedetto Lanza},
  journal={Monitore Zoologico Italiano-Italian Journal of Zoology},
  year={1978},
  volume={11},
  pages={103-110}
}
SUMMARY Description of a new Somali frog of the family Ranidae tentatively assigned to the genus Tomopterna: Tomopterna (?) scorteccii n. sp. 
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The nearly one thousand amphibians collected by the late Prof. Giuseppe Scortecci during his last two expeditions to northern and central Somalia (1953 and 1957) belong to 11 species and a new species, Tomopterna (?) scorteccii from Gardo, was previously described by BALLETTO et al. Expand
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According to this list of the amphibians and reptiles reported to date for the Somali Democratic Republic, there are 27 species of amphibians, four of which are endemic; all these species belong strictly to the Ethiopian subregion sensu Darlington (1957). Expand

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The distribution of Tomopterna krugerensis (Anura: Ranidae) in the Republic of South Africa
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A new and cryptic species of Tomopterna, T. krugerenis, has recently been described from the Kruger National Park, Republic of South Africa, where it appears to be confined to the Wambiya sandveld region in the north. Expand
A new species of Tomopterna ( Anura: Ranidae ) from the Kruger National Park, with notes on related species
A new species of Tomoptema, T. krugerensis, sp. n., has been recorded from the Kruger National Park, Republic of South Africa. Morphologically it is very similar to T. delalandei cryptotisExpand