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Revisionary notes on Australian microhylid frogs of the genus Sphenophryne. American Museum novitates ; no. 2214

@inproceedings{Zweifel1965RevisionaryNO,
  title={Revisionary notes on Australian microhylid frogs of the genus Sphenophryne. American Museum novitates ; no. 2214},
  author={Richard George Zweifel},
  year={1965}
}
In a review of the microhylid frogs of Australia (Zweifel, 1962), I recognized three species of Sphenophryne and concluded that these were the forms named Austrochaperina robusta, A. gracilipes, and A. brevipes by Fry (1912, 1915). I proposed a substitute name, Sphenophryne fryi, for A. brevipes, because the name brevipes was preoccupied in the genus Sphenophryne, but I presumed that the other two species were valid. Recently I was privileged to examine the specimens in the Australian Museum… 

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A monograph of the frogs of the family Microhylidae